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COPYBIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 

COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



PART 3: 
Musical, Compositions 



NEW SERIES, VOLUME 11, PART 1 

FIRST HALF OF 1916 
Nos. 1-7 



Published by authority of the Acts of Congress of March 3, 1891, of June 30, 1906, 
and of March 4, 1909 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 

1916 



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LIBRARY OF CONGRESS 

COPYRIGHT OFFICE 



CATALOGUE 

OF 



COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

PUBLISHED BY AUTHORITY OF THE ACTS OF CONGRESS OF MARCH 3, 1891, 
JUNE 30, 1906, AND MARCH 4, 1909 



PART 3: 
MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 

LIST OF COPYRIGHT RENEWALS 
LIST OF NOTICES OF USER 



1916 

NEW SERIES, VOLUME 1 
No. 1 



WASHINGTON 

GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFKJE 

1916 



The act of March 4, 1909, going into effect July 1, 1909, provides 
that the Catalogue of Copyright Entries " shall be admitted in any 
court as prima facie evidence of the facts stated therein as regards 
any copyright registration." 



THE Catalogue of Copyright Entries is published in four parts. Part 3, 
containing the entries for musical compositions and dramatico-musical 
compositions, is issued monthly. The entries are arranged alphabetically by 
titles, with the exception of classical music, collections having general titles, 
such as " Fiinf studien," " 12 etudes elementaires," etc., and music the title of 
which is the name of a class, without differentiating words (e. g., " Waltz," 
" Etude," etc.), which are arranged under the name of the composer instead 
of the title. 

Piano music is understood to be for two hands unless otherwise stated. 
Songs are understood to be with piano accompaniment unless otherwise 
stated. Titles reading " Words by," " Music by," are to be understood as 
songs. 

Under the act of March 4, 1909, the preliminary entry of titles has been 
abrogated and registration follows deposit of copies with an application for 
entry in the Copyright Office. 

To save space in the Catalogue, the Copyright notice after each title is 
abbreviated. The abbreviations used in this part are as follows: " E," class 
E, Musical compositions; " D," Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions; 
"©," implies copyright registration of a published composition, followed by 
date of publication; "(c) 1 c," stands for copyright of an unpublished work 
followed by date of receipt in the Copyright Office of the printed or manu- 
script copy, and " 2 c," for 2 copies, followed by the date of their receipt. 
In case of contributions to periodicals only one copy of the issue or issues 
containing such contributions is required. 

A list of the copyright renewals and extensions made for musical compo- 
sitions under section 24 of the act of March 4, 1909, will be found at the end 
of this issue immediately following the text. 

A list of the musical compositions and dramatico-musical compositions used 
or licensed to be used for the manufacture of parts of instruments serving 
to reproduce mechanically the musical work, recorded under section 1 (e) of 
the act of March 4, 1909, will be found just prior to the index. 

Each issue has an index to composers. The final number, completing the 
volume, will be followed by a full annual index to both composers and pro- 
prietors. The subscription price for Part 3, which must be for the complete 
calendar year, is $1 for the year 1916, payable in advance to the Superin- 
tendent of Documents, Washington, D. C, by postal money order, express 
order, or New York draft. 



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NOTICE. 

The Copyright Act of 1909 provides that of the articles deposited 
for copyright registration the Librarian of Congress shall determine 
what books and other articles shall be transferred to the permanent 
collections of the Library of Congress and what other books or 
articles shall be transferred to other governmental libraries in the 
District of Columbia for use therein. 

The Act further provides that any article undisposed of as above 
and still remaining on the shelves of the Copyright Office may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright under the provisions of section 
60 of the Act. 

Notice is therefore hereby given to any author, copyright pro- 
prietor, or other lawful claimant, that in so far as any copyright 
articles deposited since 1870 and prior to June 30, 1909, are still 
remaining in the files of the Copyright Office, and are not to be 
transferred to the Library of Congress or to any other governmental 
library in the District of Columbia, such books or articles may be 
returned to the claimant of copyright if requested by such claimant 
prior to December 31, 1916. 

This notice includes any printed and published copyright deposits, 
such as books, periodicals, dramatic compositions, musical composi- 
tions, engravings, cuts or prints, lithographs, photo-engravings, or 
photographs. Manuscripts or typewritten dramas and photographs 
filed for identifying works of art may not be returned. No maps are 
available for return. 

To secure such possible return the claimant of copyright of record 
should make formal request for the return of the articles, which must 
be separately and definitely specified. A suitable blank will be sup- 
plied on request. Address Register or Copyrights, Library of 
Congress, Washington, D. C. 






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EECIPEOCAL PEOTECTION OF MUSIC AGAINST UNAU- 
THOEIZED EEPEODUCTION BY MECHANICAL MUSI- 
CAL INSTEUMENTS. 

The United States now has reciprocal copyright protection of 
music against unauthorized reproduction by mechanical musical in- 
struments in the case of Belgium, Cuba, Germany, Great Britain, 
Italy, Luxemburg, and Norway. The President signed proclama- 
tions to this effect on the following dates: Belgium (June 14, 1911), 
Cuba (Nov. 27, 1911), Germany (Dec. 8, 1910), Great Britain (Jan. 
1, 1915), Italy (May 1, 1915), Luxemburg (June 14, 1911), Norway 
(June 14, 1911). These proclamations were printed on pages v-x of 
Part 3, volume 6, no. 7, and page iv of no. 12, and pages vm-x' of 
volume 10, no. 3, and page vin of no. 4, of the Catalogue of Copy- 
right Entries. 

While no special proclamation has been issued on behalf of Hun- 
gary so far as the provisions of section 1 (e) are concerned, the 
proclamation putting into effect the convention between the United 
States and Hungary specifically provides that the general copyright 
protection secured by article 1 includes the copyright control of 
mechanical musical reproductions. 

From information received through the Department of State, the 
legislation of the following countries did not on the date stated fulfill 
the reciprocal conditions specified in the proviso to section 1 (e) of 
the act of Congress of March 4, 1909: Austria (Mar. 10, 1911), Den- 
mark (May 19, 1911), Italy (Aug. 8, 1911), Mexico (May 8, 1911), 
the Netherlands (Mar. 3, 1911), and Switzerland (Apr. 8, 1911). 



The copyright convention signed at the Fourth International 
American Conference at Buenos Aires August 11, 1910, was pro- 
claimed by the President of the United States on July 13, 1914, and 
is in effect as between the United States and the Dominican Eepublic, 
Guatemala, Honduras, Panama, Nicaragua, and Ecuador. 



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MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS, 



A. B. C. deamatic set no. 11 *, by E. 

Luz, of U. S. ; piano and orch. 4to. [1 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 

1916; E 375443; Ernst Luz, New 

York. 

A. la Feance; liymne, poesie de Ch. 
Grandmongin, musique de Jacques 
Orly, of France; chant et piano. 
Paris, F. Durdilly, Ch. Hayet, succ'. 

[2 
© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915 ; E 369368 ; J. Orly, Paris. 

Abide with me; song, music by Max 
Schoen, of U. S. [3 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan 11, 1916 ; 
E 376814; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Academic festival. See Brahms 
(Johannes) 

Adam (Julia Alice) Three lyric 
gems ; by J. A. Adam, of U. S. Con- 
tents : The flower sermon ; words by 
Tennyson. — Oh my love is like the 
red, red rose; words by Burns. — 
The rolling year; words by Thomp- 
son. [4 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376679; Carlin music co., Indian- 
apolis. 

Adoeation ; flower song by Geo. D. 
Barnard, arr. by H. F. Odell, of 
U. S. ; full mandolin orch. [5 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan 21, 
1916; E 375714; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Agitato no. 3; by Otto Langey, of 
U. S. ; orch. Boston, Boston music 
co. (Schirmers photoplay series 
10 p.) [6 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376981; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Ailene- waltz ; by A. B. Lawrence, of 
U. S. ; piano. [7 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1915; E 375296; 
Ainslie Brooks Lawrence, Saint Al- 
bans, Vermont. 

Al de Jonge luijde. See Hofmann 
(Josef) Four old Dutch songs, no. 2. 



Aladdin; a Chinese suite, by E. S. 
Kelley, of U. S. ; orch. New York, 
G. Schirmer. [8 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376680 ; Edgar Stillman Kelley, Ox- 
ford, O. 

Album leaves; music by F. Mullen, 
of England; piano. (Paxton's edi- 
tion, no. 46.) Contents: — Papillon- 
ette. — Valsette. — Morseau militaire. 
—Carillon. [9 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369332 ; W. Paxton & co., I'd., Lon- 
don. 

Alexandea palace eagtime; von a. 
Wiist, of Germany; piano. [10 

© Dec. 14, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 367834; Anton Wiist, London. 

All aboaed foe Chinatown; words 
by Frank Davis, music by Win 
Brookhouse, of U. S. [11 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376989; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision.] 

All Eein is calling mavoueneen; 
poem by Katherin Ward, music by 
Geoffrey O'Hara, of U. S. [12 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan 4, 1916; 
E375613; G. Ricordi & co., New 
York. 

All hail, Ameeica; words and music 
by S. Katzenstein, arr. by David D. 
Wood, of U. S. Dallas, Tex., J. C. 
Barolet. [13 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376671; Selma Katzenstein, Dal- 
las, Tex. 

All in a lily-white gown ; song from 
song-cycle, the Philosopher and the 
lady, words by Helen Taylor, music 
by Easthorpe Martin, of England; 
No. 3 in D. [14 

© Nov. 26, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan 24, 1915 ; 
E 367854 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

All is o'ee; Easter song, words and 

music by C. B. Shaw. [15 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 

E 375297 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 

York. 






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All ye that pass by; words by 
Charles Wesley, inusic by Robert 
Harkness, of England. [16 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376578; Charles M. Alexander, 
New York. 

Alla mazurka; by Otto Hackh, of 
of U. S. ; piano. (Four pieces with- 
out octaves, no. 3.) [17 
© Dec. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375298 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

Allegro vivace ; by Arthur G. Colborn, 
of England ; organ. obi. 8vo. 
(Cloister echoes, no. 6.) [18 

© Dec. 30, 1915; lc. Jan. 10, 
1916 ; E 367788 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

Allegro vivace no. i, a hunting 
scene ; characteristic sketch, by Otto 
Langey of U. S. ; Salon-orchester. 
(Schirmer's photo-play series, no. 
15 P.) [19 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376766 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Aloha oe; musical setting for the 
photoplay, arr. and adapted by 
Wedgewood Nowell, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Triangle plays, series p. 16.) [20 
© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377031; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Alone with Jesus ; words by C. H. 

Linn, music by Scott Lawrence, of 

U. S. [21 

© July 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1915 ; 

E 376824; C. H. Linn, Monona, la. 

Amarillo waltzes; by Dave Derden, 
of U. S., arr. by W. B. Mayes, of U. 
S. ; piano. [22 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375751; B. H. Patterson, 
Greenfield, Mo. 

America ; words by S. F. Smith, music 

by L. W. Reeves, of U. S. [23 

© Jan. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 

E 375422; Laura Wright Reeves, 

Newton, la. 

America, first, last and all the 
time; words and music by H. G. 
Schuette, arr. by George Urban, of 
U. S. [24 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375361 ; H. George Schuette, Mani- 
towoc, Wis. 



America the home of our liberty; 

words by J. Paul Woodruff, music by 

Martin F. Pane, of U. S. [25 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916; E 375449; 

Pane & Woodruff, South Bend, Ind. 

American hymn to our country ; 

words and music by E. M. Springer, 

of U. S. [26 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; E 375757; 

Ethel Marie Springer, Chicago. 

American march of peace; by Platon 

Brounoff, of U. S. ; piano. [27 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1915 ; E 375299 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 

American national medley ; inarch 
and two step, arr. by John Martin, 
of U. S. ; piano. Chicago, Chart 
music pub. co. [28 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375490 ; Chart music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

American (The) solo cornetist; 

polka de concert, by Ole Vikoren, of 

U. S. ; solo B flat cornet. [29 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376996; 

Ole Vikoren, Arapahoe, Neb. 

And father wanted me to learn a 
trade; from Stop look listen, words 
and music bv Irving Berlin, of U. S. 

[30 
© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1916 ; 
E 376862 : Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

And Peter ; words by John R. Clement, 
music bv Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. 

[31 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 

E 375479 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

And there were great voices ; from 
cantata Alleluia, hail with gladness, 
by J. Lamont Galbraith, of Great 
Britain; chorus sop. and alto. (Oc- 
tavo series mixed voices, sacred no. 
1173) [32 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1916 ; 
E 376983; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 

And this is Sally; words by G. El- 
well, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [3B 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375858; 
Georgia Elwell, Brockport, N. Y. 

Andante cantabile. See Gounod 
(C. F.) 



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Angel songs ; words and music by J. 
R. Talcott, of U. S. [34 

i© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916; 
E 375147; Janet R. Talcott, Cleve- 
land. 

Angels' (The) ladder; by Robert 
Coverley, arr. by W. F. Daniel, of 
U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. [35 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 375355; Boosey & co., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Angels roll the stone away ; Easter 
hymn, words by T. Scott and T. Gib- 
bins, music by L. R. Loomis, of U. S. 
4to. [36 

i© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375785; L. Rooke Loomis, Nant- 
meal Village, Pa. 

Animation schottische; by J. C. 
Heed, arr. by Eredey-Tocaben. of 
U. S. 1. Full orch. (Progressive 
orch. er. no. 12) 2. Full mandolin 
orch. (Progressive mandolin orch. 
ed. no. 12) [37, 38 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375666, 375707; Carl Fis- 
cher. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

April. See Bridge (Frank) Three 
sketches, no. 1. 

Aquehonga march ; music by E. T. 
Stilwell, of U. S. ; piano. (New 
York, Charles E. Wood) [39 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1916 ; 
E 376836 ; Emily T. Stilwell, Staple- 
ton, New York. 

Arabesque; by L. Leslie Loth, of U. 

S. ; piano. [40 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375812; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Are you doing youe best ; words by 
James Rowe, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [41 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375220; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 
Aee you saved to seeve ; words by E. 
E. Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [42 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375221; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 
Abound the map; selection, music by 
Herman Finck, arr. for orchestra. 

[43 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1916 : 

E 367787 ; Hawkes &■ son, New York. 



Aeundale (Claude) Five short hu- 
morous songs ; words and music by 
C. Arundale, of England. Contents : 
Three little boys I knew. — The 
two rats. — Lucky dog. — Cupid. — My 
mother says that angels. [44 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369344 ; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

AS WE SAT AT THE SATUEDAY EVENING 

post ; words by Edgar Leslie & Bert 
Kalmar, music by Jean Schwartz, of 
U. S. [45 

© Jan. 6, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916; 
E 376777 ; Kalmar & Puck music co., 
inc., New York. 

Ascher's advanced orchestra book; 
composed and arr. by E. Ascher of 
U. S. ; orch. with piano & organ ace, 
nos. 30-43. 4to. [46 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 377086; Emil Ascher, New York. 

Ascher's beginners orchestra book ; 
composed and arr. by E. Ascher, of 
U. S. for orch. with piano & organ 
ace. nos. 1-29. 4to. [47 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 377085; Emil Ascher, New York. 

Ase's death. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Ashes (The) of my heart; words by 
Jeff Branen, music by Arthur Lange, 
of U. S. [48 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 377071 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

Ask him ; words by Jas. Rowe, music 
by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [49 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375227; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Ask only youe heaet; words by H. 

Miller, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [50 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375625; 

Henry Miller, Waterbury, Conn. 

At eventide ; by Frederick N. Shack- 
ley, of IT. S. ; pipe-organ. [51 
© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375162 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

At father's door ; little Russian song, 
English version by Jane and Deems 
Taylor and K. S., traditional melody 
transcribed by Modest Petrovitch 
Moussorgsky, arr. by Deems Taylor, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices. 8vo. ( Songs 
of the Russian people, no. 12,846.) 

[52 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375563; Oliver Ditson co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on the 
arrangement.] 



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At paeting; by Porflrio Tealdi, of 
Italy, domiciled at New York, op. 5 ; 
piano. [53 

© Nov. 12, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375719; Carl Fisher, New 
York. 

At that Dixie jubilee; words and 
music by Isham Jones, of U. S. 
Saginaw, Michigan music pub. co. 

[54 
© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375750 ; Jones bur. music pub. co., 
Saginaw, Mich. 

At the fountain of youth ; words by 
Chas. McCarron and Alex Gerber, 
music by Harry Jentes, of U. S. [55 
© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376767; Broadway music corp., 
New York. 

At the Pullman poetees full deess 

ball; words and music by N. L. 

Sissle & Eulie Blake, of U. S. [56 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1916; E 375494; 

Noble Lee Sissle, Cleveland. 

Ataman; words and music by L. Als- 
zewski, of U. S. ; chor Meski. 4to. 
(Chor Meski, no. 20.) [57 

© Dec. 22, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376827; Henry Schunke & co., 
Buffalo. 

Athiest for Thee; words by E. E. 

Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 

of U. S. [58 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 

E 376660 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Au sons (At evening) ; meditation, by 
Otto Hackh, of U. S. ; piano. ( Four 
pieces without octaves, no. 2.) [59 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 375300 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

Autumn memories ; by Roland Diggle, 

of U. S. ; organ. [60 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 

E 375360; White-Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. 

romance by C. C. Crammond, of 

U. S.; op. 15; piano. [61 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 ; 
E 375662; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Ave Maria; by Luigi Bordese, ed. by 
Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; two wo- 
men's voices, organ ace. 4to. (Cath- 
olic choir music, no. 12797.) [62 
© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375801; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 



Ave Maria — Continued. 

(High in the heavens), sacred 

song, no. 2, music by Henry T. 
Myers, of U. S. ; voice and piano. 

[63 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375301; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Ave verum. See Mozart (W. A.) 

Babbling brook; words by S. J. M. 

Dennis, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [64 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375405; 

Sanford J. M. Dennis, Phelps, N. Y. 

Babe (The) in the manger; words by 
Martin Luther, music by Catherine 
North, of U. S. [65 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375535; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Belief ontaine, O. 

Babyland; musical farce in one act, 
words by H. MacD. Barr, music by 
H. L. Clements, of U. S. [66 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; D 19651 ; H. 
MacDonald Barr and H. Loren Cle- 
ments, New York. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Suites 
franchises; de J. S. Bach, revision 
par M. Emmanuel, of France ; piano. 

[67 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 

E 369293; Durand et cie ; Paris. 

[Copyright is claimed on revision 

and editing.] 

Back home in Dixie where I long to 
be; words and music by Ernest R. 
Heck and F. E. Whitmore, of U. S. 
Scranton, Pa., Whitmore pub. co. [68 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 
E 376830 ; Floyd E. Whitmore, Scran- 
ton, Pa. 

Bal masque ; by Leo Oehmler, of U. S., 
op. 163; piano. [69 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375813: Hatch music co.. Phila- 
delphia. 

Balfe (Michael William) Bohe- 
mian girl ; selection by W. Balfe, arr. 
by Seredy-Tocaben, of U. S. 1. Full 
mandolin orch. ( Progressive mando- 
lin orch. ed. no. 16) 2. Full orch. 
(Progressive orch. ed. no. 16) [70, 71 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. each Jan. 
21, 1916; E 375667, 375694. Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



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Ball room memories ; hesitation waltz, 
by Will D. Moyer, of U. S. ; two man- 
dolins and guitar. [72 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 376944; George Stannard, 
Trenton, N. J. 

Ballad of the Kremlin; Siberian 
prison song, English version by Jane 
and Deems Taylor and K. S., at- 
tributed to Vanka Kaina (prisons of 
Karijsk) written down in 1908 by 
V. N. Garteveld, revised and ar- 
ranged by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices with piano and tam- 
tam. 8vo. (Songs of the Russian 
people, no. 12,856) [73 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375564 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on the arrange- 
ment.] 

Ballad of the Volga ; English version 
by Jane and Deems Taylor and K. S., 
old traditional Volga song trans- 
cribed by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; 
part song for mixed voices. 8vo. 
(Songs of the Russian people, no. 
12,845) [74 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375565; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the transcription.] 

Ballades and impromptus. See Chop- 
in (P. F.) 

Ballet dancer. See Preyer (Carl A.) 
Three pieces for piano. 

Bandolero (The) ; march by Fred 
W. Clement, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[75 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376701 ; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines, 
la. 

Banner (The) on the hill; words 
by J. M. Humphrey, music by Chas. 
H. Gabriel, of U. S. [76 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376750; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Barcarole; by Francis Macmillen, of 
U. S. ; violin and piano. ( Original 
compositions and concert transcrip- 
tions, no. 2) [77 
© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375740; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

See also Offenbach (Jaques) 

Barcarolle from Tales of Hoffman. 
See Offenbach (Jaques) 



Battle (The) of the Dardanelles; 
words by J. B. Hurd, music by Mrs. 
J. B. Hurd, of Canada, [arr. by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S.] [7*8 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376972; 
J. B. Hurd, Dartmouth, N. S., 
Canada. 

Battle (The) of the Marne; descrip- 
tive march fantasia by J. Luxton, of 
U. S., op. 2 ; piano. [79 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376894; Church, Paxton & 
co., New York. 

Battle-song (The) of peace; words 
by Charlotte Porter, music by Helen 
A. Clarke, of U. S. 4to. [80 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376717; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Battleship California; march by 
H. J. Crosby, of U. S. ; orchestra. 
4to. [81 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376705; Cundy-Bettoney co., Bos- 
ton. 

Bayou girl; words by L. B. Johnson, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[82 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376976; 
L. B. Johnson, Austin, Tex. 

Be thou faithful; words by Harriet 
S. Lake, music by D. B. Towner, of 
U. S. [83 

© Nov. 1, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376579; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Beautiful Merrimac Valley; words 

by J. C. Halloram, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [84 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376845; 

Jesse C. Halloran, Boston. 

Beautiful thought ; words by Anna 
T. Light, music by L. A. Clark, of 
U. S. [85 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375390; 
Anna Light & L. A. Clark, Liberal, 
Kans. 

Beautiful, wonderful moonlight I 
love you; words and music by D. 
L. Haskell, of U. S. [86 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375247; Dora L. Haskell, Lewis- 
ton, Me. 

Beauty smiles ; words by James W. 
Wood, music by Maude Duryea 
Wood, of U. S. [87 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376646; Popular music co., Au- 
burn, N. Y. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Because He loveth me ; words by 
Fanny J. Crosby, music by Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick and Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [88 

i© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375473; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Beckoning (The) flame ; musical 
setting for the photoplay, music se- 
lected and arr. by Victor L. Schert- 
zinger, of U. S. ; piano. (Triangle 
plays series P. 30. ) [89 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377030; G Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Bedtimes drowsy boat; from Peter 
Rabbit in Dreamland, . . . panto- 
mime in two acts, lyric by H. S. 
Tibbs, music by T. D. Ward, U. S. 

[90 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 

E 375273 ; Ted D. Ward, New York. 

Beethoven (Ltjdwig van) Leonore 
overture ; by L van Beethoven, op. 
72, no. 3, arr. by Chas. J. Roberts, 
of U. S. ; full orch. (Theatre orch. 
ed. no. 1756) [91 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375711; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Behind the screens ; musical play in 
one act, words by A. P. Scott et al, 
music by H. E. Weese and J. E. 
Freeman, of U. S. [92 

© Dec. 11. 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1915; D 19647; University club of 
Chicago, Chicago. 

Belgian patrol; by F. L. Keates, of 

U. S. ; banjo solo in C notation. [93 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 

1916; E 375495; Stephen Shepard, 

Paterson, N. J. 

Belgian school of violin ; 60 studies 
with ace. for second violin by Henri 
Leonard, op. 47, bis, rev., fingered, 
bowed, with tr. and special studies 
by O. Musin, of U. S. v. 2. New 
York, Musin pub. co. [94 

© Jan. 19. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376986; Ovide Musin, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision, lingering, bowing, translation 
and additional studies.] 

Bendemeer's stream ; English folk- 
song, arr. by Maurice Arnold of 
IT. S. ; mixed voices. 4 to. [95 

© Dee. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 20. 1915 ; 
E 375302; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 



Berceuse. See Hayes (Esther), Three 
little pieces, no. 2. 

Berceuse a Phillis ; (Lullaby to 
Phyllis) ; Poesie de Vanquelin de la 
Fresnaye, English tr. by Alice Mat- 
tullath, music by Stuart Mason, of 
U. S, ; medium voice. [96 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375744; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Bernard Hall blues ; or, Oh you Tutts 
Johnson; by M. Victor and Benja- 
min H. Homer, of U. S. ; piano. [97 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376828; Morris Victor, 
Bnton Rouge, La. 

Between men ; musical setting for the 
photoplay, composed and selected by 
Jos. E. Nurnberger. Victor Schert- 
zinger and Wedgewood Nowell, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Triangle plays, series 
P. 24.) [98 

© Dec. 11, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377036; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on photo- 
play.] 

Between you and me; waltz, by 
Marvin Radnor, of U. S. ; piano. [99 
© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1915 ; 
E 374877; Marvin Grodzinsky, Buf- 
falo, N. Y. 

Beyond the shadows ; words by 
James Rowe, music by A. D. Thomas, 
of U. S. [100 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3,1916 ; 
E 370737; Alvis D. Thomas, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

words by Nellie C. Rice, music 

by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick and Chas. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. [101 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375469; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Bijuneli. See Lietuviskos dainos. 

Billstickers' dance; from Tina, music 
by Paul A. Rubens, arr. by Howard 
Carr, of Great Britain; orchestra. 
4 to. (Orchestral Journal, no. 741.) 

[102 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369339; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Billy Sunday's successful songs ; 
medley overture, arr. by Henry Fill- 
more, of U. S. 1. Full band. 2. Or- 
chestra. [103, 104 
© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. each Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375382, 375383; Fillmore 
bros. co., Cincinnati. 



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122 



Birth (The) of the opal; words by 
Ella Wheeler Wilcox, music by Guy 
D'Hardelot, of Great Britain; reci- 
tation with piano ace. [105 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1916 ; E 367848 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Black (The) crook; special piano 
music in 5 parts by Walter C. Simon, 
of U. S. [106 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 376817; Kalem co.. New 
York. 

Black eyed Susan ; words by Mark 
Kahen, melody by L. E. Gensler, of 
U. S. [107 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376823; 
Lewis Gensler & Benj. M. Kaye, 
New York. 

Black (The) mask; march by Al 

Hayes, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [108 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1916; E 375645; Fillmore bros. co., 

Cincinnati. 

Blessed hope ; words by Laurene 

Highfield, music by Ghas. H. Gabriel, 

of U. S. [109 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376658 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Bliss (Paul) Six Easter carols; 
music by P. Bliss, of U. S., and 
others. (Mixed voices, octavo, sa- 
cred, no. 2905) [110 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377079; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Blooming (The) spider; words from 
Chicago Mendelssohn's hymnal, mu- 
sic by Fred H. Huntley, of U. S. ; 
men's voices. (Octavo edition no. 
3058.) [Ill 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916 ; E 375426 ; Clayton F. Lummy 
co., Chicago. 

Blue bells ; words by Doris A. Ken- 
dall, music by Montague F. Phillips, 
of Great Britain. [112 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369341 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Blue (A) bird song; words and music 
by J. R. Talcott, of U. S. [113 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375148; Janet R. Talcott, Cleve- 
land. 



Blue eyed girls ; words by R. Lash, 
music by Vivian Brooks, of U. S. 

[114 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1916; E 375835; Ralph Larsh, Chi- 
cago. 

Blue goose; rag by Raymond Birch, 

of U. S. ; piano. [115 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 

E 375280; Forster music publishers, 

Chicago. 

Bluebells drowsily ringing; words 
and music by Gena Branscombe 
[pseud, of Gena Branscombe Ten- 
ney] ; sop. or ten., and mezzo sop. 
or bar. [11$ 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. each Jan. 
19, 1916; E 376954; Arthur P. 
Schmidt co., Boston. 

Bob-o-link (The) ; words by D. Kil- 
patrick, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [117 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375854 ; 
D. Kilpatrick, Morning Sun, la. 

Bohemian girl. See Balfe (M. W.) 

Bombs and bullets ; an explosion in 
rag-time, by E. G. Ruth, arr. by 
Harry L. Alford. of U. S. ; orches- 
tra. [iia 
© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 376798 ; Ruth bros. & co., Aurora, 
111. 

Bonsoir; galop final, sur la chauson 
clu meme titre de P. Faucher, par 
I. Sno&k, of France, op. 146 ; orches- 
tre avec piano cond. 4to. [119 

© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915 ; E 369362 ; Paul Faucher, Nice, 
France. 

Booster (The) ; march by Al. Morton, 
arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. 4to. 
1. Military band. 2. Full orch. 

[120, 121 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. each Jam 
4, 1916; E 375154, 375157; J. W. 
Pepper & son, Philadelphia. 

Boston (The) music company trio 
albums, v. vn ; music by Henry 
Eichheim and H. Clough-Leighter, 
of U. S. ; violin, violoncello and 
piano. (Boston music company edi- 
tion. No. 154 g.) [122 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 277041; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on. 
the arrangements and editing.] 



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Boys, take warning ; words by L. 

Scanes, music by Chester Lee, of 

U. S. [123 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375624; 

Luella Scanes, Toledo. O. 

Boys (The) will never march 
agaln ; words and music by J. W. 
Waynick, arr. by [William H. Penn] 
of U. S. [124 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 376769; 
Jeff. W. Waynick, Chariton, la. 

Brahms (Johannes) Academic festi- 
val; overture by J. Brahms, op. 80. 
arr. by V. F. Safranek, of U. S. ; 
military band. (Gilmore band li- 
brary ed. no. 42) [125 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375680; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

• Sandman (The) ; two-part chorus, 

words by Mary E. Dunavon, music 
by J. Brahms, arr. by E. J. Bieder- 
mann, of U. S. ; treble voices and 
piano ace. [126 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376931; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Brahms ; intro. Cradle song, words by 
Jessica Moore, music by Geo. L. 
Spaulding, of U. S. ; piano with text 
ad lib. [127 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377060; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Brave eyes; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Donald Crichton, of 
England; no. 3 in D flat. [128 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1916 ; E 367851 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Bric-a-brac ; selection, music by Lionel 
Monckton and Herman Finck, arr. 
by Dan Godfrey, of Great Britain; 
military band. [129 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369310; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Bridal chorus. See Wagner (Rich- 
ard) 

Bridge (Frank) Three sketches; by 
F. Bridge, of England; piano. Con- 
tents : — April. — Rosemary. — Valse 
capricieuse. (New Century edition, 
no. 16.) [130 

© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369350 ; G. Schirmer, ltd., London. 



Brightest (The) day; from the song 
cycle, Red-letter days, words by 
Helen Taylor, music by Easthope 
Martin. No. 1, in B flat. No. 2, in 
C. No. 3 in D flat. [131-133 

© Apr. 19, 1915 ; 1 c. each Jan. 24, 
1916; E 367855-367857; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Brilliant four hand pieces ; arr. by 
H. L. Heartz, of U. S. ; piano 4 
hands, grades 3 & 4. nos. 1-8. 
(Music Craft, no. 6.) [134 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376628; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation.] 

Britannia and her allies. See Free- 
dom's champions. 

British (The) grenadiers; English 
fantasia with variations, by Edwin 
Franko Goldman, of U. S., arr. by 
Theo. M. Tobani, of XL S. ; cornet, 
clarinet or baritone solo with piano 
ace. [135 

© June 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Nov. 5, 1915 ; 
E 371626; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Brooklet (The) ; by Walter Tibbetts, 
of U. S. ; piano. [136 

© Jan. 1, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376651 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Brynywawr ; words by Frank W. 

Gunsaulus, music by Daniel Proth- 

eroe, of U. S. [137 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375552 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Buona notte (good night) ; selenade, 

by Joseph B. Di Janni, of U. S., op. 

24 ; piano. [138 

© Dec. 5, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 

E 377048 ; John Tubbs, New York. 

Butterflies ; words by Theophile Gau- 
tier, tr. by J. Kingsley Rooker, music 
by Bainbriclge Crist, of U. S. ; high 
voice in F. [139 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375732 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

By the fireside; reverie by G. N. 
Benson, of U. S. ; piano. [ 140 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377061 ; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

By the side of their old New Hamp- 
shire home; words by A. M. Ham- 
mond, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [141 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375406; 
Agnes Mayrilla Hammond, Groveton, 
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158 



Bylinka; a legend of Kieff, English 
version by Jane and Deems Taylor 
and K. S., ancient Russian folk song, 
arranged by A. D. Kastalsky, edited 
by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; part 
song for mixed voices, 8vo. (Songs 
of the Russian Deople, no. 12,844). 

[142 
© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375566 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on the edit- 
ing.] 

Cachucha; Spanish gypsy dance, by 
Henry Charles Gerwig, of U. S., op. 
6 no. 2; piano. [143 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376720; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Call (A) ; words and music by Flor- 
ence Turner-Maley, of U. S. [144 
© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 
E 376805; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Call (The) foe peace; words and 

music by P. M. Hill, of U. S. [145 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 

E 375254; Pauline M. Hill, Los 

Angeles. 

Call hek up and tell hee on the 
telephone; words and music by 
Frank Lester and Geo. Hegan, of 
U. S. [146 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 377051; John Tubbs, New York. 

Call (The) of the smile; words by 

L. W. Norquist, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [147 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375384; 

Louis W. Norquist, Lyon, Miss. 

Calling foe you; lyric by Nina H. 
Piffard-Francis, music by E. J. 
Evans, of U. S. [148 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376902; Everett J. Evans, 
New York. 

Can the Kaisee teach the Ieish to 
talk Dutch ; march song, words by 
E. L. Shadomy, music by Theo. H. 
Northrup, of U. S. [149 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375780; E. L. Shadomy, 
Denver. 

Can you blame me if I want to woo ; 

words and music by Ruby Leigh, 

of U. S. [150 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 

E 375183; A. E. Strang, Canton, O. 



Canadian (The) boat song; part- 
song, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of Great 
Britain; band, 4to. (Boosey's brass 
and reed band journal, no. 561.) 

[151 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369306; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Candy (The) Kid; song from Peter 
Rabbit in Dreamland, extravaganza 
... in 2 acts, words by H. S. Hibbs, 
music by T. D. Ward, of U. S. [152 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916; 
E 375277 ; Ted. D. Ward, New York. 

Cantata foe peace day, May i sth ; 
poems compiled by Fanny Fern 
Andrews, music by John Charles 
Donovan, of II. S. 4to. [153 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375606; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Canticos espieituales con musica ; 
recogidos por la Revista cat61ica. 
[New York. Printed by R. Teller, 
sons & Dorner] 1916. xviii, 310 p. 
12mo. [154 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
11, 1916 ; A 418409 ; Revista cat61ica, 
Las Vegas, N. M. 

Caeillon. See Album leaves, no. 4. 

Caeey youe ceoss with a smile; 
words by Ina Duley Ogden, music 
by Chas. H. Gabriel. [155 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375474; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Casting all youe care; words and 
music by Henry Barraclough, of 
England. [156 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376580; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Catalina; vals por R. Roy Kelley, of 

U. S.; piano. [157 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 4, 

1916; E 375161; Edmunds C. 

Arguelles, El Paso, Tex. 

Cautious (The) cat; words by David 
Stevens, music by Henry Hadley, of 
U. S. ; male quartet. (Laurel octavo 
no. 520) [158 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 376999; C. C. Birchard & 
co., Boston. 

Cavalleeia eusticana. See Mascagni 
(Pietro) 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 1.1 



Chan chan fox teot or gavotte; 

music by E. Chandler, of U. S. ; 

piano. [159 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375420; 

Eva Chandler, East Orange, N. J. 

Chancellor (The) ; march and two 

step, by Carl Lawrence, of U. S. ; 

orchestra. 4to. [160 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376697 ; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines. 

Chant d' amour (Love's song) ; by 
William van Iperen, of U. S. ; violin 
and piano. [161 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375303; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Cheer up the fellows you know ; 
words by Edgar Page Stiles, music 
by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [162 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375203; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Chicago (The) song; words and 
music by A. Beirly, of U. S. Chi- 
cago, 111., Beirly music co. [163 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376672; Alfred Beirly, 
Chicago. 

Chicken love; words and music by 
H. Antrim and Betsy Vale, arr. by 
H. Antrim and Harry Alford, of 
U. S. [164 

© 1 c. Dec. 14, 1915; E 375163; 
Harry Antrim, Philadelphia, Pa. 

Childhood days ; words by Mrs. F. 
Bateman, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [165 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375391; 
Mrs. Francis Bateman, Wellston, 
Mich. 

Child's (A) morning prayer; words 
by R. Rathbone, music by I. Joseph, 
of U. S. New York, Luckhardt & 
Belder. [166 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1916 ; 
E 376789; Israel Joseph, New York. 

Chime ye bells ; Christmas carol, 
words by Margaret Cotes-Preedy, 
music by D. Cotes-Preedy, of Eng- 
land; voices and organ. London. 
Stainer & Bell, ltd. 12mo. (Christ- 
mas carols, no. 30.) [167 
© Nov. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Nov. 26, 1915 ; 
E 369379; Digby Cotes-Preedy, Ger- 
rards Cross. England. 



Chimes at twilight ; reverie by Chas. 
Lindsay, of U. S. ; piano. [168 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377062; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chimes of love ; intermezzo by H. En- 
gelmann, of U. S., arr. by Albert 
Franz, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[169 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375814; Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Ballades 
and impromptus ; oeuvres computes 
de Chopin, pour piano, revision par 
Claude Detussy, of France. (Edition 
classique, no. 9349.) [170 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 369360; Durand et cie., Paris, 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Nocturnes; par Fr. Chopin, 

oeuvres completes, nos. 1-8, pour 
piano ; vevision par Claude Debussy, 
of France. (Edition classique, no. 
9352.) [171 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 367798; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Sonates ; oeuvres completes de 

Chopin, pour piano, revision par 
Claude Debussy, of France. (Edition 
classique, no. 9362.) [172 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 369359; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Chorus and dance of the reapers. 
See Tschaikowsky (P. I.) 

Christmas (A) and New Year's 

blessing; words and music by H. 

B. Roney, of U. S. Svo. [173 

© Dec. 11, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1915 ; 

E 375172 ; Henry B. Roney, Chicago. 

Christmas (The) King; cantata by 
Fred B. Hoi ton, arr. by Ira B. Wil- 
son, of U. S. ; orch. score. 4to. [174 
© Sept. 4, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1916 ; 
E 375654; Lorenz pub. co., Day- 
ton, O. 

Christmasse in mebrie England; 
with old carols, dances and a 
masque, arranged by M. R. Hofer, 
of IT. S., Chicago, C. F. Summy co., 
[1915] 19 p. 4to. [174* 

© Dec. 4, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 6. 1915 : 
aff. Dec. 20, 1915: E 417307; Mari 
Rnef Hofer, Chicago. 



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192 



Clochette (La) ; poesie de Gaston 
Raynaud, niusique de Jacques Orly, 
of France; chant et piano. Paris, 
F. Durdilly, Ch. Hayet, succ'. [175 
© Nov. 13. 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915 ; E 369370 ; J. Orly, Paris. 

Close (The) of day; reverie, by 
Charles Dudley, of U. S. ; piano. 

[176 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375815; Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Closer to Jesus ; words by R. H. 
McDaniel, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [177 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375458; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Coast to coast; march and two step, 
by E. F. Scheidel, of U. S. ; piano. 

[178 
©Jan 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375775 ; E. F. Scheidel, Denver. 

Colossean; march, by H. A. Vander 

Cook, of U. S.; orch. 4to. [179 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 

1916; E 375647; Fillmore brothers 

co., Cincinnati. 

Combat; See Preyer (Carl A.) Three 
pieces for piano. 

Come back again to old England; 

words and music by B. Loud, of 

Canada. [180 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 

E 369357; Beth Loud, Glenwilliams, 

Out, Canada. 
Come back Lee, fob I need you; 

words and music by L. J. Botvinick, 

of U. S., arr. by Christian Prae- 

torius, of U. S. [181 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 376947; 

Louis J. Botvinick, New York. 
Come be my little movie-picture 

queen ; words and music by H. Bew- 

ley, of U. S. [182 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1916; E 376943; Harry Bewley, 

Philadelphia. 
Come cuddle in my arms ; words and 

music by G. B. Vilsack, of U. S. ; 

song & dance with piano. [183 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376722; Gladys Brace Vilsack, 

Pittsburg. 
Come sunset hour; words by Leslie 

Cooke, music by Percy Elliott, of 

Great Britain; no. 1 in G. [184 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 367827; Schott & co., London. 



Come take a trip in my jitney ; 

words by G. J. Ostrander, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [185 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376970; 

Chas. J. Ostrander, North Port, L. I. 

Come to me ; music by F. Heltman and 
A. H. Eastman ; theatre orchestra. 

[186 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376639; Fred Heltman co., Cleve- 
land. 

Come ye shepherds ; old Bohemian 
Christmas carol, English words by 
Alice Mattullath, harmonized and 
arr. by Louis Victor Saar, of U. S. ; 
mixed chorus, organ ace. 4to. [187 
© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375723; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Communion ; words by Jutta Bell- 
Ranske, music by I. Joseph, of U. S. 
New York, Luckharclt & Belder. 

[188 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1915 ; 

E 376790 ; Israel Joseph, New York. 

Concert in D ; by Antonio Vivaldi, op. 
3, no. 10. string part ed. by Franz 
Kneisel, of U. S., piano part arr. by 
Frank Damrosch, of U. S. ; four solo 
violins, with ace. of string instru- 
ments and piano. [189 
© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375675; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed, on 
editing.] 

Concerto no. 8 ; scena cantante by 
Ludwig Spohr, op. 47, edited by Hans 
Wesselv, of Great Britain; piano. 

[190 
© Dec. 31, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367824; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing.] 

Conestoga; Indian dance, by Adam 
Geibel, of U. S. ; piano, four hands. 
(With nimble feet, no. 5.) [191 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375609; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Conqueror (The) ; musical setting for 
the photoplay, composed and arr. by 
Victor L. Schertzinger and Wedge- 
wood Nowell, of U. S. ; piano. (Tri- 
angle plays, series P. 35.) [192 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377027; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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Consolation. See Preyer (Carl A.) 
Three pieces for piano. 

Contessina (La) ; d'apres Giuseppe 
Sammartini, par Alfred De Keyser, 
of Belgium, arr. pour piano seul. 

[193 
•© Dec. 10, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367828; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Contredans. See Hofmann (Josef) 
Four old Dutch songs, no. 4. 

Coontown (The) tango ball; words 
and music by Frank H. Lester, of 
U. S., arr. by Eddie Geohegen, of 
U. S. [194 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 377049 ; John Tubbs, New York. 

Corner (The) ; musical setting for 
the photoplay, selected and arr. by 
George W. Beynon, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Triangle plays, series p. 29.) [195 
© Dec. 23, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377038; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Corporal of the guard ; march two 
step, by F. H. Losey, of U. S., op. 
366; piano. [196 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377082; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Cottage (A) by the sea; words by 

C. Bateson, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [197 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376860; 

Cora Bateson, Cygmet, Ohio. 

Could you but know ; words by C. 
Lichtenstein, music by B. Lichten- 
stein, of U. S. [198 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375304; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 

Country (The) ; words by F. Os- 
borne, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [199 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375851; 
Frank Osborne, Wilmette, 111. 

Courage, brother; words by Ralph 
Bunsen, music by N. S. Anderson, 
of U. S. [200 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375536; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Courier (The) ; march and two step 
by Al Hayes, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[201 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375646; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 



Cradle song; by Henry I. Myers, of 
U. S. transcribed for violin and 
piano. [202 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375305; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 



— See also 
(E. A.) 



Brahms. — MacDowell 



Croises (Les) de la leberte ; chanson 
heroique, paroles d'Emile Gouget, 
musique de Alix Baccuez, of France ; 
chant et piano. [203 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1915 ; E 367808 ; Xila, Paris. 

Croon-time ; reverie by Chas. L. John- 
son, of U. S. 1. Piano. 2. Song, 
words by J. R. Shannon. [204, 205 
© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. each Jan. 7, 
1916; E 375279, 375281; Forster 
music publisher, Chicago. 

Cross currents ; musical setting for 
the photoplay, music arr. and se- 
lected by J. A. Raynes, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Triangle plays, series P. 23.) 

[206 
© Dec. 17, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377034; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Crown (A) laid up for me; words by 
Fanny J. Crosby, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. [207 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375466; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Crowned, or crucified; words by 
Florence E. Johnson, music by D. B. 
Towner, of England. [208 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376581; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Cupid. See Arundale (Claude) Five 
short humorous songs. 

Czardas no. 6; danse styrienne by 
Gustave Michiels, arr. by M. L. 
Lake, of U. S. ; full orch. 4to. [209 
© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375704; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Daddy; words by Lou Klein, music by 

Al. Piantadosi, of U. S. [210 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 377017; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., New York. 

Daisy; by Herbert Ralph Ward, of 

U. S.; piano. [211 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375S16; Hatch music CO., 

Philadelphia. 



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Dame Dueden ; words old English, 
slightly adapted, music by Liza 
Lehmann, of Great Britain. [212 
© Dec. 29. 1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1916 ; E 369311 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Dance of the banjos ; by P. L. Keates, 
of U. S. ; banjo solo in C notation. 

[213 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916; E 375497; Stephen Shepard, 
Paterson, N. J. 

Dance of tpie gnomes. See Mac- 
Dowel 1 (E. A.) 

Dance suite; from the ballet Prince 
Ador by Cornelius Riibner, of Den- 
mark domiciled at New York, op. 35, 
arr. by Charles J. Roberts, of U. S. ; 
fall orch. (Theatre orch. ed. no. 
1744) [214 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21. 
1916: E 375677; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Dances; national, demi character, bal- 
let, esthetic, interpretive and folk, 
fully described, and with appro- 
priate music for each. Arr. or com- 
posed by L. H. Chalif. v. 1, 2. 
New York, N. Y., L. H. Chalif, 1915. 



2 v. diagrs. fol. 



[215 



© Dec. 22, 1915 ; 2 c. each and aff. 
Dec. 27, 1915; A 420195; Louis H. 
Chalif, New York. 

Dancing (The) midgets; polka, by C. 
C. Crammond, of U. S., op. 40, no. 3 ; 
pf. Boston, Evans music co. [216 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375522; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Danse legere; by Frederick Charles, 
of England ; piano. [217 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 367791; Swan & co., Wat- 
son & Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Darbininku Marseliete. See Lietu- 
viskos dainos. 

D'Aktagnan ; musical setting for the 
photoplay, composed and arr. by 
Joseph E. Nurnberger, Victor L. 
Schertzinger and Wedgewood No- 
well, of U. S. ; piano. (Triangle 
plays, series P. 32.) [218 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377029; G. Schirmer, New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Dawn O'Dake ; words by N. J. 
Strough, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [219 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375856; 
Norine J. Strough, Lansing, Mich. 

Dawn of hope ; reverie, by Jean de 
Casella, arr. by H. F. Odell, of U. S. ; 
full mandolin orch. [220 

© Nov. 22, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375697; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Dear Hoosier land ; words and music 

by Evelyn Leeds Cole, of U. S. [221 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 

E 375251 ; H. L. Cole, Michigan City, 

Ind. 

Dear old love, I love you; words by 
Clara B. Gurkiewicz, music by C. F. 
Zdrojewski, of U. S. [222 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; E 375385 ; C. 
F. Zdrojewski & Clara B. Gur- 
kiervicz, Detroit. 

Debout les morts, debout; chant de 
guerre, poesie de Maurice Mariage, 
musiqne de Jean-Paul Mariage. of 
France, op. 24; chant et piano. [223 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 367806; J. P. Mariage, Paris. 

Dega ugni; See Lietuviskos dainos. 

Delicious drinking secret divulged; 
words and music by E. A. Buff, of 
U. S. [224 

© Jan. 1, 1916; 2 c, Jan. 21, 1916; 
E 377042; Eleanor America Buff, 
Hawkinsville, Ga. 

Desert twilight; the bull bat's call, 
words and music by J. M. Hess, of 
U. S. ; song with violin obligato and 
piano ace. Chicago, Whitlock pub. 
co. [225 

© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 376865; John M. Hess, Chicago. 

Despoilers (The) ; musical setting 
for the photoplay, composed and 
adapted by Louis F. Gottschalk, of 
TJ. S. ; piano (Triangle plays, series 
P. 34.) [226 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377028; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Deutschland sei wach ; ged. von 
Graf v. Bernstorfr, musik von 
Johannes Werschinger, of U. S. ; 
mannerchor. 4 to. (Neue manner- 
choer, no. 489.) [227 

© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375730; Carl Fischer, New York. 



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Dimple ; song from Two is company, 
musical comedy in 3 acts, lyric by 
Edward A. Paulton and Adolf 
Philipp, music by Jean Briquet and 
Adolf Philipp, of U. S. [228 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 377087; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Divine peaise; (Kol slaven), English 
version by Jane and Deems Taylor 
and K. S., music by Dinitre Step- 
anovitch Bortniansky, revised by 
Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 8vo. (Songs of the Russian 
people, no. 12, 857) [229 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375567; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the revision.] 

Dixie (The) highway; march by E. 
B. Haun, of U. S. ; piano. [230 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375618; 
Eward B. Haun, Cincinnati. 

Dolci baci (Sweet kisses) ; gavotte, 

by Joseph B. Di Janni, of U. S., op. 

26, violin and piano. [231 

© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 

E 377052; John Tubbs, New York. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Sextette from 
Lucia; by G. Donizetti, arr. by D. 
A. Bartino, revised by S. Katz, of 
U. S. ; military band. (Gilmore band 
library eel. no. 10) [232 

© Nov. 22, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375681; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision of arrangement.] 

Don't bite the hand that's feed- 
ing you; one-step, two step or trot, 
by Jimmie Morgan, arr. by Calvin 
Grooms, of U. S., orchestra. 4to. 

[233 
© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375287 ; Leo Feist inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Don't blame Eve; words and music 

by Leslie Stuart, of England. [234 

© Nov. 23, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 30, 

1915; E 369222; Francis, Day & 

Hunter, London. 

Don't fobget your dad loved you too ; 
words by Frank Davis, music by 
Win Brookhouse, of U. S. [235 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 370992; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



Don't take my dream boat away; 
words by J. T. Geiger, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [236 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375622; 
Jennie T. Geiger, Colorado Springs, 
Col. 

Don't wed to fade away ; words by 
James W. Wood, music by Maude 
Duryea Wood, of U. S. [237 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376645; Popular music co., Au- 
burn, N. Y. 

Doodle (The) ; words and music by 
Leibherk, of U. S. ; voice & piano. 

[238 
© Nov. 3, 1915; 2 c. Nov. 30, 
1915; E 375338; Daniel Frederick 
Krehbiel, Moundridge, Kans. 

Doet wo die dunklen tannen steh'n ; 
by Gustave T. Heil, of U. S., op. 14 ; 
mannerchor. 4to. (Neue manner- 
chore, no. 487.) [239 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375731 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Douce solitude; valse lente par L. 

Teres, of France, pour quintette a 

cordes et piano cond. [240 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 

E 367814; L. Teres, Paris. 

Down Saint Petee's eoad ; song of the 
post-drivers in the province of Tver, 
English version by Jane and Deems 
Taylor and K. S., Russian folksong 
arranged by Kurt Schindler, of U. 
S. ; mixed voices. 8vo. ( Songs of 
the Russion people, no. 12859). [241 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375568 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on the ar- 
rangement.] 

Down upon the Suwanee Rivee; 
words and music by L. L. Davidson, 
of U. S. [242 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376960; 
Lawson L. Davidson, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

Down where the Swanee River 
flows ; words by Chas. McCarron 
and Chas. S. Alberts; music by Al- 
bert Von Tilzer, of U. S. [243 
© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; E 375755; 
Broadway music corp., New Y T ork. 

Drake goes west ; song by Wilfred 
Sanderson, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of 
Great Britain ; cornet solo with band 
ace. 4to. (Booseys brass & reed 
band journal, no. 561.) [244 

© Dec. IS, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 3. 1916; 
E 369305; Booscy & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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Dread; words by John M. Synge, mu- 
sic by Tom Dobson, of U. S. ; high or 
medium voice. [245 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375531 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Dream (A) ; valse by Frederick W. 

Ecke, of U. S. ; piano. 4to. [246 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1916; E 375830; 

Clara L. Ecke, New Brunswick, N. J. 

words by B. G. Pettey, music bv 

J. E. Andino. [247 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377099; 
Benj. G. Pettey, Marshall, Wis. 

Dbeam (A) gaeden; lyric suite by 
Jean Morel, of Great Britain ; piano. 
Contents : — Night, and the stars. — 
A love story. — In a bower of roses. — 
Message of the flowers. [248 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1916 ; 
E 367845 ; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Deeam-patrol ; by Anthony Bernard, 
of Great Britain ; piano. [249 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916 ; E 367821 ; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Dreaming of you ; words and music bv 

G. T. Burrows, of U. S. [250 

© Nov. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1915 ; 

E 375339; Grace Tilden Burrows, 

Bartow, Fla. 

Dreams of my childhood; words by 
William H. Schneider, music by A. 
J. Reheiser, of U. S. [251 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 20, 
1915; E 374675; William Henry 
Schneider and Anna J. Reheiser, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

Dreams, twilight dreams ; words by 
C. A. Gifford, music by H. C. Weas- 
ner, of U. S. [252 

© Jan. 15. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376932; H. C. Weasner & 
co., Buffalo. 

Drew ; a lullaby, poem by M. C. 
Hough, music by Laurence Bolton, 
of U. S. [253 

© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1915: E 376783; Maude Clark 
Hough, Dallas, Tex. 

Drifting ; words by Laura Shivers 
Leech, music by B. D. Acklev, of 
U. S. [254 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375219 ; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Drowsy (A) afternoon. See Summer 
(A) day. 



Drummer boy; words and music by 

Jack Foley, of Great Britain. [255 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 369320; Charles Sheard & co., 

London. 

Dusky (A) lullaby; words by Sam- 
uel Brager, music by Hallett Gil- 
berts, of U. S. ; high voice. [256 
© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375259; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Dutch (The) mill rag; by A. J. 
Babich, arr. by J. C. Sutton, of 
U. S. [257 

© Jan. 3, 1916.; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 3766S6; Dutch mill co., Omaha, 
Neb. 

Easter alleluia; an Easter cantata 
for use in church services, text arr. 
and music composed by E. K. Heyser. 
Dayton, O., New York [etc.] Lorenz 
publishing company, 1916. 60 p. 4to. 

[258 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1916 ; A 418433 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

cantata by E. K. Heyser. of U. S. ; 

orch. score. 4to. [259 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916 ; E 375655 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Easter canticle; words by Clinton 
Scollard, music by Mabel Wood Hill. 
(New Easter solos, no. 2.) [260 

© Dec. 27. 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1915; E 375306; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Easter morning ; words and music by 
J. H. Darlington, of U. S. [261 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377054; James Henry Dar- 
lington, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Easy games foe the tinies ; compris- 
ing original finger plays, nursery 
rhymes, etc., by Adele Milligan All- 
mann, of Great Britain. 4to. [262 
© Dec. 4, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 11. 1915 ; 
D 19652 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Ecce homo; four scenes from the Pas- 
sion of Christ, a sacred cantata, text 
written and selected by H. Gifford 
Oyston, music by Bernard Johnson, 
of England ; chorus & quartet of 
mixed voices, and organ, solos for 
tenor & baritone. Svo. [263 

© Dec. 23, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1916; E 369358; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 



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Ecce panis ; music by M. van Overeem, 
arr. by Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (Cath- 
olic choir music, no. 12809) [264 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375809; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Echoes (The) of his violin; words 
and music by E. G. Van C. Secord, 
B. M. of U. S. [265 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916; E 376774; 
Ethel Grace Van Courtlandt Secord, 
B. M., Cambridge, Mass. 

Edge (The) of the abyss; musical 
setting for the photoplay, composed 
by Victor Schertzinger and Joseph 
Nurnberger, of U. S. ; piano. (Tri- 
angle plays, series P. 19.) [266 
© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377032; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
photoplay.] 

Edith's waltz ; by Raloh Greenbaum, 
of U. S. ; op. 10, no. 1. piano. [267 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375516; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Edna's march; by Ralph Greenbaum, 
of U. S., op. 10, no. 5; piano. Bos- 
ton, W. A. Evans music co. [268 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375521; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

E'en as a lovely flower ; words by 
Kate Kroeker, from the German of 
Heine, music by Prank Bridge, of 
Great Britain. [269 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369543 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Elephant (The) and the chimpan- 
zee ; words by Elisabeth J. Williams, 
music by Hattie Louise Sims, arr. by 
Paul Ambrose, of U. S. ; men's 
voices. Octavo series, no. 394. [270 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376694; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Elfin bevels (Elfenlied) ; words by 
Wolfgang von Goethe, English trans- 
lation by Lillian F. Morris, music 
by Hugo Brandt, of U. S. ; low voice 
in A minor. [271 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 375722 ; Carl Fishcher, New 
York. 



En blanc et noir ; trois morceaux par 
Claude Debussy, pour 2 pianos a 4 
mains. [272 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1915; E 367800; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Endure to conquer; overture by Syd- 
ney Baynes, of England; piano. 

[273 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1916 ; E 369373 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Enfant au front divin (Child o' 
mine) ; poesie de Louise De Clercq, 
English words by Adrian Ross, 
musique de Cath. van Rennes, of 
Belgium, op. 54. [274 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369342; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Entente (L') ; marche patriotique, by 
I. Denison, of England ; piano. [275 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369289; Irene Denison, Scar- 
borough, England. 

Enteeating waltz ; by R. A. Gaily, 

of U. S. ; violin and piano. [276 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 22, 

1915; E 375164; Robt. A. Gaily, 

Cincinnati, O. 

Episode; by Anthony Bernard, of 

Great Britain; piano. [277 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 

1916; E 367822; Augener, ltd., 

London. 

Espanola; morceau by A. Jungmann, 
op. 366, arr. by A. Lemoire, revised 
by S. Katz, of U. S. ; military band. 
fGilmore band library ed. no. 10.) 

[278 

© Nov. 22. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 

E. 375682; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on revision of 

arrangement] 

Espoir en Dieu; paroles de Victor 
Hugo, musique de C. Parpiel, of 
France; chant et piano. [279 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 367807; Claire Parpiel, Montpel- 
lier. France. 

Etude no. 1; by Edward Schaaf, of 
U. S., op. 7, no 2, arr. for player 
piano, by the composer, 3 cards 8 
inches by 10 inches. [280 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376935; 
E. O. Schaaf, Newark. N. J. 



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Etude no. 2; by Edward Schaaf, of 

U. S. ; B flat minor; instrumental. 

3 cards, 8 inches by 10 inches. [281 

© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1916; E 375829; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Etudes poir le violoncelle; par J. J. 

F. Dotzauer, choisies, revues, 
doigtees et classees par ordre de 
diffieulte. par J. Loeb, of France. 1 
Vol. 1, Etudes faciles. 2, Vol. 2. 
Etudes de moyenne force. [282, 283 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. each Jan. 
12, 1916; E 367801 & 367802 
Costallat et cie., Paris. [Copyright 
is claimed on revision.] 

Evening hymn; bv C. C. Crammond, 
of U. S.; op. 35. piano. [284 

© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375515; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Evening shadows; by Ferd. von 

Grofe, of U. S. ; piano solo. [285 

© Oct. 25, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376690 ; W. A. Quincke & co., Los 

Angeles. 

Evening song; serenade by G. Bleak- 
ley, of U. S. ; piano. [286 
© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375778; Gaylord Bleakley, Kirks- 
ville, Mo. 

Evening whispers : reverie, bv L. 
Rudd, of U. S.; piano. [287 

© Dec. 30. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376714; Will L. Livernash, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 

Every prayer will find its answer; 
words by Mrs. Frank A. Breck, 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. 

[288 
© Jan. 10, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1915 ; 
E 375452; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Everything in America is ragtime; 
from Stop look listen; words and 
music by Irving Berlin, of U. S. 

[289 
© Jan. 13, 1916: 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916 ; E 376864 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 

Exultation. See Pemberton (Charles 
E.) Two songs for medium voice. 

Fairies slumber song ; by C. C. Cram- 
mond, of U. S. ; op. 36. piano. [290 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375514; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Fairy minuet. See Rowley (Alec) 
Two fairy dances. 



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Falling (The) leaves; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music bv B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [291 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375214; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Fantasia caprice ; on familiar melo- 
dies, by E. Schroeder, of U. S., op. 
17; violin. [292 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; E 375842 ; Edward Schroeder, 
Dubuque, la. 

Farewell Alexander ; words by H. G. 
Reed, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [293 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376838; 
H. G. Reed, Wallingford, Vt. 

Farewell dear mother; words by N. 

Theiler, music by J. E. Andino, of 

IT. S. [294 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375389; 

Nathalie Theiler, New Glarius, Wis. 

Fashionette; from Peter Rabbit in 
Dreamland, extravaganza ... in 
two acts, words by Jean Seivwright, 
music by T. D. Ward, of U. S. [295 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916; 
E 375274 ; Ted. D. Ward, New York. 

Fate (The) of a trusting maiden; 

words and music by R. H. Bell, of 

U. S. [296 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 377039; 

Raymond H. Bell, Chicago. 

Father; words and music by C. B. 
Weston, of U. S. [297 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375446; Charles B. Weston, Brook- 
lyn. 

words by Arthur Whittemore Ba- 
con, music by I. B. Bacon, of U. S. 

[298 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375370; 
Ida Barnes Bacon, New Britain, 
Conn. 

Father, I'm coming home; words by 
N. B. Herrell ; music by Haldor Lil- 
lenas, of U. S. [299 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376582; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Favorite songs for the home, school 
and church. Catholic ed. cover- 
title, 108 p. 8vo. [300 
© Dec. 24, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 10. 
1916 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1915 ; A 419532 ; 
Cable co., Chicago. 



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Febkuary; words by T. Price, music 
by T. E. Andino, of U. S. [301 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376855; 
G. C. Pearce, Racine, Wis. 

Federals ( The ) march ; by Harold 
A Scott, arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of 
U. S. 4to. 1. Military band. 2. Full 
orcb. [302, 303 

©Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 
1916; E 375155, 375158; J. W. Pep- 
per & son, Philadelphia. 

Feist gesang auf Ostern ; words and 
music by Otto Ries, of U. S., op. 73. 
4to. [304 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375445 ; Kornemann-List music co., 
Chicago. 

Festival (The) of spring; a cantata, 
words by Maud Ralston, of U. S., 
music by Henri Matheys, tenor solo, 
chorus and piano. Vocal score. New 
York, Musin pub. co. [305 

© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 28. 
1915; E 376866; Maud Ralston, De- 
troit. [Copyright is claimed on the 
words.] 

Fill all my life with love; written 
by Geo. Graff, jr., composed by Al- 
fred Solman, of U. S., alto or bar. 

[306 
© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E. 377072; H. Lesser & bro., New 
York. 

Fior di siepe; march by B. Quattro- 
ciocche, of U. S., for armonica. [307 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1916; 
E 375501; B. Quattrociocche, Steu- 
benville, O. 

First born from the dead ; words and 
music by J. H. Darlington, of U. S. 

[308 
© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377055 ; James Henry Darlington, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 

First (The) day of the week; words 
taken from St. John 20: 1, 2, 13, 15 
and 16 and I Cor. 15: 55-57, music 
by Ernst A. Dicks, of Great Britain ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo series, No. 
1177.) [309 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375506; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 

First (The) Easter; words and mu- 
sic by J. H. Darlington, of U. S. 

[310 
© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377056; James Henry Darlington, 
Harrisburg, Pa. 



First humoresque, Hungarian ; by 
Henry Charles Gerwig, of U. S., op. 
9, no. 1; piano. [311 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376718; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

First piano studies ; by B. Scofleld, 

of U. S. 4to. [312 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 

E 376678; Bella Scofield, Spokane, 

Wash. 

Fisher's (Carl) loose leaf motion 
picture collection ; composed and 
arr. by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; piano 
solo. [313 

© Nov. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375678; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. ] 

Flag of my country ; words and mu- 
sic by J. P. Hall, of U. S. [314 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375823; John P. Hall, Lowell, 
Mass. 

Flag (The) of peace; march and two 
step, by E. G. Ruth, arr. by Alford- 
Colby, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[315 
© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 376797; Ruth bros. co., Aurora, 
111. 

Flemish folk-songs ; with English 
words adapted from the Flemish, by 
Adrian Ross, music by Jan Broeckx. 
of Belgium. 4to. [316 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1916 ; 
E 369376; Boosey & co., London. 

Flight of love; words by Charlotte 
Geisendorfer, music by A. H. Gut- 
man, of U. S. [317 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376969; 
Mrs. Chas. Geisendorfer, Bronx, N. Y. 

Flower dawn; words by Russell 
Lowe, music by C. Linn Seiler, of 
U. S. ; high voice. [318 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375264; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
NeM T York. 

Flower (The) sermon. Sec Adam 
(J. A.) Three lyric gems. 

Flower song (Blumenlied) ; by G. O. 
Hornberger, of U. S., op. 63; piano, 
and violin or cello. [319 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375307; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 



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338 



Flowers and palms ; also adapted to 
O salutaris hostia, sacred song, 
music and English text by Charles 
A. Chase, of U. S. ; key of D flat. 
Boston, C. W. Thompson & co. [320 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 
E 375492; Howard pub. co., Brigh- 
ton, Mass. 

Flowertime weather ; words by Grace 
Denio Litchfield, music by Fay Fos- 
ter, of U. S. ; high voice. [321 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376888; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Flying Dutchman. See Wagner 
(Richard) 

Follow Jesus ; words by Ada Blenk- 
horn, music by L. B. Leister, of 
U. S. [322 

© Mar. 20, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 13, 
1915; E 375166; L. B. Leister, Mar- 
shall, Ark. 

Fool's (The) song; words by William 
Carlos Williams, music by Josephine 
McGill, of U. S. No. 1 in F minor. 

[323 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376625 ; Boosey & co., New York. 

For dear, 'tis almost June ; words 
by L. Silence, music by Paul Eugene, 
of U. S. [324 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 375346; Lollie Silence, Indian- 
apolis. 

For king and country; military 
march, by Ralph Abercromby, of 
England; piano. [325 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 367789; Swan & co., Wat- 
son & Wilcock, ltd., London. 

For no one else will do; words and 
melody by J. S. Sweet, of U. S., arr. 
by George C. Holbrook, of U. S. 
Chicago, J. S. Sweet pub. co. [326 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 377007; James S. Sweet, 
Santa Rosa, Cal. 

For old England needs my aid ; 

words and music by O. S. Cullough, 

of U. S. [327 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375627; 

Orville S. McCullough, Albion, Mich. 

For old Penn State ; words and music 
by A. Anix, of U. S. [328 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375271; Albert Anix, State Col- 
lege, Pa. 



For Thee, my soul ever longeth ; 
words from psalm LXIII, para- 
phrased by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by Reynaldo Hahn, arr. by 
Christopher O'Hare, of U. S. ; low 
voice. [329 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375436; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

For you ; idyl by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 

of U. S., op. 320; piano. [330 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 377063; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

For you dear ; song, music by Arthur 

Traves Grenfield, of U. S. [331 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 377064; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Forest (The) maiden; words by 
Charles W. Stork, music by C. Linn 
Seiler, of U. S. ; low voice. [332 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 376949; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Forest song; by Edward Schaaf, of 

U. S., op. 2, no. 10; arr. for player 

piano. [333 

i© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 376778; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Forgeron (Le) de la guerre; poesie 

de Gaston Raynaud, musique de 

Jacques Orly, of France; chant et 

piano, Paris. F. Durdelly, Ch. 

Hayet, succ'. [334 

© Nov. 13, 1915 ; 1 c. Nov. 27, 

1915; E 369372; J. Orly, Paris. 

Forget the roses that I gave you; 

words by L. Loiselle, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [335 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377092; 

Leon Loiselle, Woonsocket, R. I. 

Forgotten (The) melody; words by 

Jean Havez and Harry Williams, 

music by C. N. Daniels. [336 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 8, 

1916; E 376801; Chas. N. Daniels, 

San Francisco. 

Forward to the harvest ; words and 

music by N. W. Allphin, of U. S. 

[337 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376760; Newton W. Allphin, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 
Found (Gefunden) ; words by Wolf- 
gang Gothe, music by C. Krause, of 
U. S. ; medium voice. [338 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375752; Carl Krause, Albany. 



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Fountain (The) ; by Samuel S. Aron- 

son, of U. S. op. 100 ; piano [339 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1916 ; E 376924 ; Win. A. Pond & co., 

New York. 

Freedman's (The) hymn; words and 
music by C. Fields-Gay, of U. S. 

[340 

© Dec. 23, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375253; Catherine Fields-Gay, 
Hampton, Va. 

Freedom's champions ; or, Britannia 
and her allies; patriotic operetta, 
music by John S. Witty, of Great 
Britain, vocal score with dialogue. 
8 vo. [341 

© Nov. 23, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 18, 1916 ; 
E 367837; William Walker & sons 
(Otley) ltd., Otley, Yorks, Eng. 

Freely give your love; words by 
Maud Frazer, music by Robert Hark- 
ness, of England. [342 

© Nov. 1. 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376583; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Fricassee (La); gavotte, arr. d&pres 
Frangois Joseph Gassec, par Alfred 
de Kayser, of Belgium, pour violin et 
piano, revu et doigte par Hans Wes- 
sely of Great Britain. [343 

© Dec. 10, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 367829; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Friend of all friends; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of IT. S. [344 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375230; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Friend (The) who died for me; 
words by James Rowe, music by A. 
O. Thomas, of U. S. [345 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376743; Alvis O. Thomas. Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Frog (The) and the bee; words by 
Rebecca D. Moore, music bv Claude 
Wariord, of IT. S. [346 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375308; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 

From heaven I was sent to earth ; 
unison or two-part chorus, English 
words by Alice Mattullath, music by 
Martin Luther, ed. by Ernst 
Schmidt, of Germany, domiciled at 



From heaven I was sent to earth — 
Continued. 

Boston ; children or mixed voices. 
4to. [347 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375728; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Fruhlings morgenruf (Springs morn- 
ing greeting) ; ged. v. A. Naaff, Eng- 
lish version by E. Buck, music by 
John Lund, of U. S. ; mannerchor, 
solo und klavierbegl ; partitur. 4to. 

[348 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1915 ; E 375329 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

Full of pep; one-step by Joseph M. 
Daly, arr. by Louis Tocaben, of 
U. S. ; full mandolin orch. [349 

© Dec. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375713; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Fullness of blessing ; words by J. H. 
Sammis, music by Mary Ross, of 
U. S. [350 

© Dec. 22, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1915 ; E 375345 ; C. P. Curry, Siloam 
Springs, Ark. 

Furioso no. 1 ; by Otto Langey, of 
U. S. Complete for full orch. 
(Schirmer's photoplay series 2 p.) 
Boston, Boston music co. [351 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376980; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Gaily homeward. See Summer (A) 
day. 

Gallant (The) troubadour; words by 
Waiter Scott, music by Michael Wat- 
son, edited and arr. by Frederic H. 
Ripley & H. L. Heartz, of U. S. 
sop. 1, 2, and alto, tenor & bass ad 
lib. 4to. (The Stanhope edition, 
no. 207.) [352 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375358; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing and arrangement.] 

Garden of love. See Sacred songs. 

Gascon carol; music arr. by Arthur 
Fagge, of Great Britain, 3 part 
Christmas carol, female voices. 4to. 
(Boosev's choral miscellany, no. 62.) 

[353 
© Dec. 11, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369303; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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Gaudeamus. See Lietuviskos dainos. 

Gavotte; by William van Iperen, of 

U. S. ; violin and piano. [354 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1915 ; E 375309 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 

New York. 



— See also Hayes (Esther) 
little pieces, no. 3. 



Three 



Gay (The) widow; lyrics and music 

by E. Seume, of England, domiciled 

in U. S. [355 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 376784; 

Eleanor Seume, Chicago. 

Gee ! but you're a peach of a girl ; 

words by Edward Lifka, music by 

E. A. Benz, of U. S. [356 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376858; 

E. A. Benz, St. Louis. 

Georgia moon ; words and music by 
Leroy A. Berger and G. H. Mc- 
Cauley, of U. S. [357 

© Dec. 4, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376950 ; McCauley-Berger co., Bal- 
timore. 

Georgiana; waltz, music by E. G. 
Ruth, of U. S., arr. by Harry L. 
Alford, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [358 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 377045; Ruth bros. & co., 
Aurora, 111. 

Get a move on boys ; words and music 
by Amelia Samuels, of Great Brit- 
ain. Toronto, Canada, University 
music bureau. [359 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 367820; H. Goldstein, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Get back to the Bible; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [360 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375240; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Get right with God tonight; words 

and music by Mrs. C. H. Morris, of 

U. S. [361 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376659 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Ghost (The) of the terrible blues; 
words by Jack Mahoney, music by 
H. von Tilzer, of U. S. [362 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20. 
1916; E 376930; Harry von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 



Giacomino in aeroplano ; canzonetta 
italiano, novita Natale di Palma, 
musica di E. Bevilacqua, of Italy, 
canto e mandolino. 4to. [363 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 367786; Arturo Matacea, New 
York. 

Giovannino, marito di Serafina ; 
versi di [Natalino di Palma] musica 
di [Luigi Mattiello] ; canto e mando- 
lino. [364 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369331; Natalino Di Palma, New 
York. 

Gipsy (The) ; English version by 
Jane and Deems Taylor and K. S., 
music by W. Zolotarieff, Op. 20, No. 
6, edited by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; 
dance song for mixed voices. 8vo. 
(Songs of the Russian people, no. 
12,850) [365 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375569; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the editing.] 

Girl (The) and the game; song, 
words and music by Radford and 
Whiting, of U. S. [366 

© Jan. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376712; Charles D. Gallagher, 
New York. 

Girl (A) for every month in the 
year ; words by M. Kaben, music by 
Lewis E. Gensler, of U. S. ; words 
and melody. [367 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916; E 375798; 
Lewis Gensler and Marc Kaben, 
New York. 

Girl (The) I learned to love long 
ago ; words and music by L. C. Chat- 
ham, arr. by Margurite Johnston, of 
U. S. Pueblo, Col., The Coopera- 
tive union. [368 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376685 ; Louis C. Chatham, Boone, 
Col. 

Girl (The) of the golden West; 

words by C. Roberts, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [369 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376840; 

Chas. Roberts, Middletown, N. Y. 

Give hand an' follow; gypsy lyric, 
words by Constance Lindsay Skin- 
ner, music by Charles Olmstead Bas- 
sett, of U. S. [370 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 875310; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 



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Give yourself to the Saviour ; words 
by James Howe, music by C. S. 
Twitlerfield, of U. S. [371 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376762; Thos. S. Cobb, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Glad songs of rejoicing; words and 
music by Geo. L. Washburn, of U. S. 

[372 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376758; Quartet music co., Port 
Worth, Tex. 

Gliders (The) ; skating waltz by Wil- 
liam Schroeder, of U. S. ; piano. 

[373 
© Jan. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1916 ; 
E 376990; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Glorious Redeemer; words and music 
by Halclor Lillenas, of U. S. [374 
© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376584; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Glory (The) of heaven; words by 
Mrs. C. M. Alexander, music by W. 
H. Ruebush, of U. S. [375 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 376585 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, New York. 

Glory (The) world; words and music 

by A. B. Sebren, of U. S. [376 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376736 ; A. B. Sebren, Fort Worth, 

Tex. 

Go to Jesus; words by E. E. Hewitt, 
music by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. 

[377 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375205; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

God bring you home again ; words by 
Edward Teschemacher, music by 
Jack Trelawny, of Great Britain; 
no. 4 in D flat. [378 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367S36; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

God still leads us on ; words by J. 
Campbell Beckett, music by F. A. 
Clark, of U. S. [379 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375644; F. A. Clark, Phila- 
delphia. 

Golden (The) ball; juvenile opera, 
words by Lucy Been, music by R. 
Engstrom, of U. S. [380 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375779; Ruth Engstrom, 
Calumet, Mich. 



Golden (The) days gone by; words 
and music by J. A. MacMeekin, of 
u. S. [381 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 375663; J. A. MacMeekin, 
San Francisco. 

Golden fox-trot ; nouvelle danse amer- 
icaine, par F. Salabert et Huguet- 
Tagell, of France and Spain ; orches- 
tre avec piano cond. [382 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1915; E 369297; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Good advice; duet from the musical 
play, Sybil, words by Harry B. 
Smith, music by Victor Jacobi, of 
Hungary. [333 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 
E 369353 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Good-bye ; words by N. B. T., music by 
B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [384 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375202; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Good bye, dear old Tipperary ; words 
and music by J. J. Tiboni, of Can- 
ada, arr. by Arthur Mann, of U. S. 

[385 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375849; 
John J. Tiboni, Fort William, Ont, 
Canada. 

Good-bye, good luck, God bless you is 
all that I can say; words by J. 
Keirn Brennan, music by Ernest R. 
Ball, of U. S. [386 

© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375440 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Good-bye Maggie ; words and music by 
Jack Foley, of Great Britain. [387 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369321 ; Charles Sheard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Good morning and welcome song; 
words by Annie L. Williams, music 
by C. P. Laird. [3SS 

© Dec. 21, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1915 ; 
E 375294; Mrs. Capitola P. Laird, 
Birmingham, Ala. 

Good (The) old days back home; 

words by Joe McCarthy, music by 

Jimmie V. Monaco. [389 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1916 ; 

E 375505 : Leo Feist inc., New York. 



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405 



Good old days in Alabam ; and, 
There's a wee bit of blarney in Kil- 
larney ; medley one step, or two step, 
arr. by J. Onivas, of U. S. ; orchestra. 

[390 
© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 ; 
E 376928 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Good (The) Shepherd; cantata arr. 

by Ira B. Wilson, of U. S. ; orch. 

score. 4to. [391 

© Mar. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1916 ; 

E 375656 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Gospel hymns ; selected by Julius S. 
Seredy, arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, of 
U. S. 1. Full mandolin orch. (Pro- 
gressive mandolin orch. ed. no. 1) 2. 
Full orch. (Progressive orch. ed. 
no. 1.) [392,393 

© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 375668, 375669 ; Carl Fischer, 
New York. [Copyright claimed on 
arrangement. ] 

Gospel (The) of Easter; cantata, 
arr. by George S. Schuler, of U. S. ; 
orch. score. 4to. [394 

!© Feb. 27, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375657; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Gospel voices, no. 6 ; by E. T. Pound, 

of U. S. 8vo. [395 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 

13, 1915; A 419481; E. T. Pound, 

Shellman, Ga. 

Gounod (Charles Francois) Andante 
cantabile ; no. 2 de la petite sym- 

* phonie, par C. Gounod, transcrip- 
tion par G. Nardon, of France; in- 
struments a vent et piano. [396 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 367803; Costallat et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 

Gracious is the Lord ; sacred song, 
words from psalm CXVI, music by 
Henry Lincoln Case, of U. S., high 
voice. [397 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375311; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Grand festival mass ; festival can- 
tata, words from the sacred Scrip- 
ture, music by August Charles Einer. 
of U. S., op. 306; soli, chorus and 
orch. Vocal score. St. Louis, 
Thiebes piano co. (Six masses for 
solemn occasions, no. 6) [398 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 376829 ; Otto Louis Von der 
Au, St. Louis, 



Great and marvelous are Thy 
works ; sacred song, words scrip- 
tural music by Henry Lincoln Case, 
of U. S. ; tenor or soprano. [399 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375312; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Great (a) Savior; words by James 
Rowe, music by L. B. Leister, of 
U. S. [400 

© Mar. 20, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 13, 
1915; E 375167; L. B. Leister, 
Marshall, Ark. 

Grieg (Edvard Hagerup) Ase's 
death ; from Peer Gynt suite 1, text 
after Henrik Ibsen's Peer Gynt by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by E. 
Grieg, arr. by Alfred J. Silver, of 
England; three part song for treble 
voices. 4to. [401 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 367839; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

In the hall of the mountain king ; 

two-part chorus, text after Ibsen's 
Peer Gynt, music by E. Grieg, arr. 
by Alfred J. Silver, of England; 
treble voices. 4to. [402 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 367840; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Morning mood ; two part chorus, 

text after Ibsen's Peer Gynt, by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by E. 
Grieg, arr. by Alfred J. Silver, of 
England ; treble voices. [403 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 367838; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Guard those we love ; war prayer, by 
A. S. Scott-Galty, arr. by J. Ord 
Hume, of Great Britain; band. 
(Boosey's brass & reed band journal, 
no. 561.) [404 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369307; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Gypsy queen. See Nattalie. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Response; 

words and music arr. from Handel 

by L. Morey, of U. S. 8 vo. [405 

© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376670 ; Lloyd Morey, Urbana, 111. 






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Hatl M. A. C. ; words and music by 

C. R. Haigh, of U. S. [406 

© Dec. 31, 1015 : 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 3766S3; Chas. R. Haigh, Dearbon, 

Mich. 

Hail to oub flag; patriotic anthem, 
poem by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by A. Maloof, of U. S. [407 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
B 375838 ; Alexander Maloof, Brook- 
lyn. 

Hail to the President; march by 
Frederick Coit Wight, of U. S. ; 
band. [408 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1916 ; 
E 377001; Jean M. Missud, Salem, 
Mass. 
Hallelujah; words by Kate Ulmer, 
music by M. L. McPhail, of U. S. 

[409 
© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375477; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Hallelujah ! my sins aee gone ; 

words and music by Haldol* Lillenas, 

of U. S. [410 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 

E 376661 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Hame-nest (The) ; words by Rose 
Mills Powers, music by C. P. Seager, 
of U. S. [411 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 18, 1915 ; 
E 375175; Charles P. Seager, White- 
hall, Mich. 

Hand (The) that guides; words by 

Mrs. Sallie Moore Lyne, music by 

Henry P. Morton, of U. S. [412 
© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31,1915 

E 376586; Charles M. Alexander, 

Philadelphia. 
Hapless beide. See Interrupted 

slumber. 
Happy (The) bacheloes (Cupr 

mladenci pochod) ; march, by Ispolt, 

of U. S., arr. by J. Tlusty, of U. S. 

4 to. 1 Orchestra.— 2 Band. 

[413, 414 
© Dec. 22. 1915; 2 c. each Dec. 

27, 1915; E 376831, 376832; Joseph 

Jiran, Chicago. 
Happy (The) days that were, they 

can nevee be again ; words and 

music by S. O'Neill, of U. S. [415 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 

E 375248; Sadie O'Neill, New York. 
Happy moments capeice; by Walter 

Tibbetts, of U. S. ; piano. [416 

© Jan. 1, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 

E 376650; W. A. Evans, Boston. 



Happy school days ; march, by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S. ; op. 40, no. 5 ; 
piano. [417 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375507; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Harking back to the faem ; words 

by I. Paige, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [418 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377098; 

Iola Paige, Hamilton, N. Y. 

Harvest (The) home; words by Ada 
Blenkhorn, music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel, of U. S. [419 
© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 375177 ; A. J. Showalter co., 
Dalton, Ga. 

Have faith in God; words and music 
by Will H. Ruebush, of U. S. [420 
© Nov. 10, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376587; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Have you forgotten me; words by 

Joe McCarthy, music by Jimmie V. 

Monaco, of U. S. [421 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 

E 376627 ; Leo Feist inc., New York. 

Have you lost His name; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [422 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375241; B. D. Ackley, Phila- 
delphia. 

Have you peayed it theough ; words 
by W. C. Poole, music by B. D. Ack- 
ley, of U. S. [423 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375232; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Hay (The) eide; words and music by 
F. C. Youngberg, of U. S. [424 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377020; 
Frederick C. Youngberg, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Hayes (Esthee) Three little pieces; 
by E. Hayes, of England; piano. 
Contents : — Toccatina. — Berceuse. — 
Gavotte. [425 

© Dec. 3, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 369319; Esther Hayes, % Cary & 
co., London. 

He also sends the eain ; words by 
Herbert Buffum, music by Charles 
H. Gabriel, of U. S. [426 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376588; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 



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He is my Savior; words by Richard 

Hainsworth, music by Haldor Lille- 

nas, of U. S. [427 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376662 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

He is the one you can trust; solo 
and chorus, words by Laurene High- 
field, music by Jean Howard. [428 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375430; Chas. H. Marsh, Los An- 
geles. 

He liveth evermore ; words by Fanny 
J. Crosby, music by Win. J. Kirk- 
patrick and Chas. H. Gabriel. [429 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375459; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

He loves and leads me; words by 
James Rowe, music by Henry P. 
Morton, of U. S. [430 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375482; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

He never will leave me; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [431 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375198; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

He took my place ; words by Richard 
Hainsworth, music by Haldor Lille- 
nas, of U. S. [432 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
*E 376589; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

He will abundantly pardon ; words 
by E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [433 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375218; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Heigh baby, ho baby ; words by Wm. 
Allen White, music by M. T. Frain, 
of U. S. ; op. 55 ; soprano in D. [434 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916 ; E 376936 ; Miss M. Theo Frain, 
Hillsdale, N. J. 

Hejre Kati ; scene from the Czarda, by 
Jeno Hubay, op. 32, no. 4, ed. by Sol 
Marcosson, of U. S. ; violin. [435 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377065; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing with bowing and finger- 
ing.] 



Hello hello, tell me Mr. Cupid, 
please; telephone song, words and 
music by Jack Foley, of Great Brit- 
ain. [436 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369322; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

Hello jitney ; words and music by 

F. L. Hosmer, of U. S. [437 

© Sept. 17, 1915 ; 2 c. Oct. 8, 1915 ; 

E 375266; Fred L. Hosmer, Jersey 

Shore, Pa. 

Her gift; words by Benjamin F. 
Brown, music by C. P. Seager, of 
U. S. [438 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1915; E 375173; Charles P. Seager, 
Whitehall, Mich. 

Her only son died in a rude, rude 
way ; words by H. Bedard, music by 
Allen Gregg, of U. S. [439 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20. 
1916; E 375661; Henry Bedard, La 
Porte City, la. 

Herinnering (Remembrance) ; waltz 
by Herman M. B. Moens, of Holland, 
domiciled at New York ; piano. [440 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916; E 376956; H. M. Bernelot 
Moens, New York. 

Highland (A) lassie's lamentation ; 
words by L. J. Hannan, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [441 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375855; 
Lawrence J. Hannan, Ridgefield, 
Wash. 

Hills (The) of Donegal; words by 
P. J. O'Reilly, music by Wilfred 
Sanderson, arr. by Guillaume van 
den Dyck, of Great Britain, with or- 
chestral ace. 4to. [442 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1916 ; E 367842 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on orch. 
ace] 

Hip, hip, hurrah for the allies ; 
march two step, par J. Beauford, of 
France; orchestre avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. T443 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 367813; James Beauford, 
Paris. 

His deeds live after him ; memorial 
hymn, words and music by Thomas 
M. Greenwood, of U. S. [444 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376715 ; Meade Camp, No. 16, S. of 
Y., Reading, Pa. 



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His last bequest; words by J. F. 

Moore, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [445 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376850; 

Mrs. James F. Moore, Keswick, la. 

His love is still the same ; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [446 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375204; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Hofmann (Josef) Four old Dutch 
songs; arr. by J. Hofmann, of Aus- 
tria, domiciled in New York; piano. 
Contents : — 1. In Babilone. — 2. Al de 
jonge luijde. — 3. Vader lief kreeg 
moecler lief. — 1. Contredaus. [447 
© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 369382 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Hold my hand; words by N. B. Her- 
rell, music by H. Lillenas, of U. S. 

[448 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376655 ; Haldor Lillenas, Chicago. 

Holy (The) cross hymnal; words 
and music by W. H. O'Connell, of 
U. S. 4to. [449 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 - 
E 375257; William H. O'Connell, 
Brookline, Mass. 

Home, deae home; (Gruesse an die 
heimath) ; waltz, English version by 
Arthur F. L. Rueffer, music by Ed- 
gar Krones, of U. S. ; piano with 
words. [450 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 28, 1915 ; 
E 375278 ; Ernst Rueffer, New York. 

Home (The) of youth; (an ode to 
the school) ; words by W. W. Read, 
music by E. G. Marquard, of U. S. ; 
chorus, piano ace. [451 

© 1 c. Dec. 28, 1915; E 376826; 
Warren W. Read & Edw. G. Mar- 
quard, Flushing, N. Y. 

Home sweet home is ne'er so dear as 
when you're far away; words and 
music by Bert Rourke, of U. S. 

[452 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E375841; Elite music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 
Homeless ; romance by Chas. Arthur, 
arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, of U. S. 1. 
Full orch. (Progressive orch. ed. 
no. 17) 2. Full mandolin orch. 
(Progressive mandolin orch. ed. no. 
17.) * [453,454 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. each Jan. 
21, 1910; E 375706, 375709; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



Honey moon ; fox trot, by Chester W. 
Smith, of U. S., arr. by Stephen O. 
Jones, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [455 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376955; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Honey mooning in New York city; 
words and music by J. C. Moore, of 
U. S. [456 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916; E 375243; 
James Clarence Moore, Norwich, 
N. Y. 

Honor's altar ; musical setting for the 
photoplay, music composed and se- 
lected by Louis F. Gottschalk, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Triangle plays series 
P, no. 40.) [457 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377024; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on se- 
lection.] 

Hope (Hoffnung) ; by H. Dubrow, of 

U. S., op. 100; piano. [458 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 26, 

1916; E 375828; Henry Dubrow, 

Brooklyn. 

Hosannas to Jesus outpour; words 
by James Rowe, music by A. O. 
Thomas, of U. S. [459 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376739; Alvis O. Thomas, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Hot off the griddle; novelty cake- 
walk, by James White, of U. S. ; 
piano. [460 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376730; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 

Household (The) fly; lyric by W. H. 
Mills, music bv Harry Payne, of 
U. S. [461 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1915; E 375169; William Hathorn 
Mills, San Bernadino, Cal. 

How sweet the thought ; words by 
Jas. Rowe, music bv B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [462 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375215; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Humoiucsk ; bv Mentor Crosse, of 
U. S., op. 23, no. 4; piano. (Eight 
numbers for the pianoforte, no. 4) 

[463 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375601; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 



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Humokeske ; by Anton Dvorak, arr. by 
F. Littig, of U. S. ; steel guitar solo. 

[464 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 

B 375186 ; Frank . L. Littig, Los 

Angeles. [Copyright is claimed on 

the arrangement.] 

Humokeske (The) waltz; by Dvorak, 
of Austria, arr. by Danmark, of 
U. S. ; piano. [465 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1915 ; 
E 373990; Jerome H. Remick & co., 
New York. 

Hungakian fantasia ; by Theo. Moses 
Tobani, op. 207, arr. by H. F. Odell, 
of U. S. ; full mandolin orch. [466 
© Nov. 22, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375686; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Hunting song; by Edward Schaaf, 

of U. S., op. 1, no. 5, arr. for player 

piano. [467 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375353; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

See also Mendelssohn-Bartholdy 

(J. L. F.) 

Hurrah for the picture show ; 

words and music by H. W. Bode, of 

U. S. [468 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375409; 

Henry W. Bode, Rochester, N. Y. 

Hurry ; motion picture music com- 
posed by Paul Johns, of U. S. ; orch. 
and piano solo. 4to. 1. A 2. — 2. A 3. 

[469, 470 
© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. each Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376903, 376904; Frank L. 
Fowler, W. Somerville, Mass. 

■ piano, orch. ace. A 1. 4to. 

[471 
© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 374762 ; Frank L. Fowler, Somer- 
ville, Mass. 
Hurry no. 4 ; by Adolf Minot, of U. S. ; 
complete for full orch. Boston, 
Boston music co. (Schirmer's pho- 
toplay series, 20 p.) [472 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376982; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Hush'd is my lute; words by Gwen- 
dolen Paget, music by Montague F. 
Phillips, of Great Britain. [473 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369312 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 



Hyfrydol; words by Frank W. Gun- 
saulus, Welch air harmonized by 
Daniel Protheroe, of U. S. [474 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375551; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Hymns for special occasions ; by C. S. 

Baker, of U. S. 4to. [475 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916 ; E 375796 ; C. Sherman Baker, 

Coronado Beach, Cal. 

I AM GOING BACK TO OLD KENTUCKY; 

words and music by W. C. Piatt, of 
U. S. [476 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375630; W. C. Piatt, Chi- 
cago. 

I AM SO HAPPY WHEN YOU'RE NEAR J 

poem and music by C. A. Glenn, of 
U. S. [477 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375365; 
Chas. A. Glenn, Corydon, Ind. 

I AM TRYING TO SAVE MY SWEETHEART; 

words by R. G. Maynard, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [478 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377100; 
R. G. Maynard, Fall River, Mass. 

I am with you alway; words by T. 
O. Chisholm, music by Henry P. 
Morton, of U. S. [479 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375480; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

I CAN DANCE WITH EVERYBODY BUT MY 

wife; words by Joseph Cawthorn 
and John L. Golden, music by J. L. 
Golden. [480 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375151; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

I CAN GET ANOTHER FELLOW, SO I DON'T 

care ; words by S. Ryan, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4S1 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 375417; 
Sam Ryan, San Francisco. 

I CAN'T DANCE WITH MY WIFE J WOl'dS 

and music by J. T. Powers, of U. S. 

[482 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376922; 
James T. Powers, New York. 

I CAN'T FORGET THE THOUSAND ISLES 

and you; words and music by Har- 
old Freeman, of U. S. (On cover: 
That wonderful night in the Thou- 
sand Isles.) [483 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 377011 ; Harold Freeman co., 
Providence, R. I. 



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I ckave you ; words and melody by J. 
Brockman, of U. S. [484 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 375588; 
James Brockman, New York. 

I do not ask O Lord ; text by Adelaide 
A. Proctor, music by Eduardo Marzo, 
of U. S., op. 136 ; low voice. [485 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376809; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

I GAVE MY HEART AND HAND TO SOME- 
ONE in Dixieland; words by Jeff 
Branen, music by Arthur Lange, of 
U. S. [486 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376893; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

I HAD WANDERED AWAY ; WOl'dS by 

James Rowe, melody by John Mize, 
of U. S. ; harmony by H. M. War- 
ren, of U. S. [487 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376759; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

I HAVE BEEN BORN AGAIN ; WOlTlS by 

R. N. McDaniels, music by Ohas. H. 
Gabriel, jr., of U. S. [488 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12. 
1916; E 375471; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

I HEAR MY COLORS CALL; WOl'dS by J. 

L. Marchese & M. Marchese, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [489 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376847; 
James L. Marchese & Michael Mar- 
chese, Springfield, Mass. 

I hear you calling me ; song by Chas. 
Marshall, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of 
Great Britain ; cornet solo with band 
ace. 4to. (Boosey's brass & reed 
hand journal, no. 561.) [490 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369304; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

I heard of a Saviour ; words by C. E. 
Cook, music by Nellie Albright 
Weber, of U. S. [491 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375539; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

I hope June brings you back to me; 

words by Dick Coburn, melody by 

M. Meyer, of U. S. [492 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376667; 

Max Meyer, San Francisco. 



I just can't help it; words by C. 

L. Brown, music bv J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [493 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376856; 

Clara L. Brown, Louisville, Ky. 

I know I shall see Him ; words by 
James Rowe, music by J. H. May, 
of U. S. [494 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376752; Quartet music co., Fort- 
worth, Tex. 

I know of a Saviour so precious; 
words by Oswald J. Smith, music by 

D. B. Towner, of U. S. [495 
© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 

E 376590; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

I'll follow God alway; words by 
George Wood Anderson, music by 
N. S. Anderson, of U. S. [496 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375538; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

I'll forget you when the world 
stops going around ; lyrics by James 

E. Dempsey, music by Joseph A. 
Burke, of U. S. [497 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 ; 
E 377005; E. J. Murray music co., 
Pittsburgh. 

I love Him, don't you ; words by Jas. 
Rowe, music by Katherine Howe, 
[pseud, for B. D. Ackley] of U. S. 

[498 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375207; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

I love my Jean ; words by Robert 
Burns, music by Andrew T. Bogart 
of U. S., in key of D flat. [499 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375313 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

I'm a long way from Tipper ary ; 
medley two-step, one-step and trot by 
Ernie Erdman, arr. by Louis Toca- 
ben, of U. S. ; full mandolin orcli. 

[500 
© Nov. 26. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375688; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 
I'm glad that Tipperary's far across 
the sea ; words by Beth Slater Whit- 
son, music bv Bettie Belliu, of U. S. 

[501 
© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377015; The melodie shop, Peeks- 
kill. N. Y. 



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521 



I'm going back to deae old Ireland ; 
words by H. & M. Reeves, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [502 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376851; 
Harry and Mayhew Reeves, Camden, 
N. J. 

I'm going back to old Savannah. 
Georgia; lyrics by Howard F. Reiss, 
music by Jas. W. Atkinson, of U. S. 

[503 
© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375272; Reiss & Atkinson music 
co., Buffalo, N. Y. 

I'm going back to Texas; words by 
Dave M. Allan, music by Bob Allan, 
of U. S. [504 

© Jan 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375283; Forster music publisher, 
Chicago. 

I'm geowing up to be a man ; words 
and music by G. Grinnell, of U. S. 

[505 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375648; 
Gilbert Grinnell, Glen Ellyn, 111. 

I'm lonely just foe you ; words by 
Tommy Armstrong, music by Harry 
Squires, of U. S. [506 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916 ; E 375586 ; Curt E. Young inc., 
Pittsburgh. 

I'm neuteal; words by Herman Gant- 

voort, music by L. De Costa, of 

U. S. [507 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376925; 

Leon De Costa, New York. 

I'm on the eoad to happiness ; words 
by Sidney Malcolm, music by Alfred 
Solman, of U. S. [508 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375150; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

I'm thiesty all the time ; words and 
music by Joe Hollender, of U. S., 
arr. by Frederic Watson, of U. S. ; 
voice, with violin ace. [509 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1915; E 375104; 
Fred Irwin, New York. 

I met a man ; words by V. Norris, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [510 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376974; 

Vera Norris, Mishawaka, Ind. 

I MIGHT BE COAXED, DEAE, BUT NOT BY 

you ; words by Jack Mahoney, music 
by H. von Tilzer, of U. S. [511 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376929; Harry von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

26387—16 3 



I miss you deaeie; lyric by Arthur 
J. Lamb ; music by Eddie Gray, of 
U. S. [512 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376725; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

I shall see Him theee ; words by 
James Rowe, music by A. O. Thomas, 
of IT. S. [513 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376738; Alvis O. Thomas, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

I shall see the King ; words by W, 
C. Poole, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [514 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375231; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

I think of you; by Edward Schaaf, 

of U. S., op. 1 no. 5, arr. for player 

piano. [515 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375352; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

I've been to the pictuees ; words by 
Paul A. Rubens and Percy Green- 
bank, music by Paul A. Rubens. 

[516 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 19, 
1916 ; E 367846 ; Chappell & co., ltd. 
London. 



'VE GOT-A GO BACK TO TEXAS ; WOrdS 

and music by I. Berlin, of U. S. 

[517 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375594; Irving Berlin, inc.. 
New York. 

'VE GOT TO GO DANCE SOME MOEE ; fOX 

trot song, words and music by Sher- 
wood Rollins, of U. S. [518 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376635 ; O. E. Story, Boston. 

'VE LOVED YOU TOO LONG TO FORGET ; 

lyric by E. F. Bickhart, music by 
Elmer Olson, of U. S. [519 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375591; Elmo Fred Bick- 
hart pub. co., Minneapolis. 

WANT TO BE A WHITE-HOUSE BEIDE; 

words by Corinna C. Curran, music 
by Russell Henderly, of U. S. [520 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376919; Curran & Hen- 
derly, Cincinnati. 

WANT TO DO IT, THAT'S ALL ; WOrdS by 

Robert F. Robinson, music by H. A. 
Gordon, of U. S. [521 

© Jan. 5, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916; 
E 376776; Henry A. Gorden, New- 
ark, N. J. 



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I WAS NEVER NEARER HEAVEN IN ill 

life; words by Edgar Leslie and 
Grant Clarke, music by Ted Snyder, 
of U. S. [522 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1916 ; E 377004 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

I will always love you; by Leo 
Friedman, and Frank Tyler Daniels, 
arr. by Louis Tocaben, of U. S. ; full 
mandolin orcli. [523 

© Nov. 22, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375696; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

I WISH I HAD ANOTHER WIFEY, AN-. 
OTHER BABE TO CALL ME DAD ; WOrdS 

by C. J. Crew, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [524 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375394; 
Chas. J. Crew, Checotah, Okla. 

I wonder; waltz by G. Campbell Cory, 

of England; piano solo. [525 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 

E 369337; Keith, Prowse & co., ltd., 

London. 

I WONDER IF YOU DREAM OF ME ; Words 

and music by R. W. Clarke, of U. S. 
Zanesville, O., Ada M. Dyer. [526 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375781; Raymond W. 
Clarke, Zanesville, O. 

I WOULD LIKE TO FOLLOW MY SOLDIER 

boy; words by O. A. Herzog, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [527 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375400; 
O. A. Herzog, E. Atlanta, Ga. 

I would, would you ; words and music 
bv C. W. Stokes, of Canada; piano. 

[528 
© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1.916 ; 
E 367816 ; Claire W. Stokes, Petrolia, 
Ont, Canada. 

Ida dear ; words by A. Hartwig, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [529 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375857; 

Anna Hartwig, Lake Crystal, Minn. 

Idaline waltz ; by V. Herz, of U. S. ; 
piano. [530 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 376781; 
Via do Herz, New York. 

If all the Pa. girls were as dear as 

Sue; words by V. L. Truxel, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [531 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375413; 

Victor L. Truxel. Mt. Pleasant, Pa. 



If all the young maidens ; words by 
Samuel Lover, music by Fred M. 
Huntley, of U. S, ; men's voices. 
(Octavo edition no. 3059.) [532 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12. 
1916 ; E 375425 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

If He came today; words by Ada R. 
Habershon, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [533 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376591; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

IF I FIAD A FROW LIKE ROOKIE'S, I'D 

be a millionaire; words by James 
W. Wood, music by Maude Durvea 
Wood, of U. S. [534 

© Jan. 8, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916; E 375493; Popular music co., 
Auburn, N. Y. 

IF I WERE A FLOWER IN THE GARDEN OF 

love; words and music by Cecil 
Mack and Chris Smith, of U. S. 

[535 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376652 ; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 

IF I WERE A ROSE IN YOUR GARDEN ; 

lyric by Richard Pascoe, music by 
Alma M. Sanders, of U. S. [536 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376874 ; WhitneyAVarner pub. co., 
New York. 

If Jesus should call you today; 
author of words unknown, music by 
Nellie Albright Weber, arr. by N. A. 
Weber, of U. S. [537 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375546; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

If stars were really watching eyes ; 
words anon, music by Grace Louise 
McQuesten, of U. S. [538 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916 ; E 376995 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

If the world could just turn back- 
ward for a year ; words and music 
by J. H. Cuffee, of U. S. [539 

© Nov. 25, 1915 : 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 3766S8 ; J. H. Cuffee, Los Angeles. 

If they've Yankee eyes ; words and 
music by Enrique Smith, arr. by 
Charles E. Wilkinson, of U. S., voice 
& piano. [540 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375423; 
Enrique Russell Smith. Austin, Tex. 



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no. 1, 1916 



560 



If you and I were one; words and 
music by L. J. Botvinick, of U. S., 
arr. by Christian Praetor ins, of U. S. 

[541 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 37694S; 
Louis J. Botvinick, New York. 

If you'll come back to me ; words and 
music by T. A. Brooks, of U. S., arr. 
by Albert Malchin, of U. S. [542 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; E 375837 ; Thomas A. Brooks, 
New York. 

If you love Him ; words by A. H. Ack- 
ley, music by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. 

[543 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375237; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 
If you want to get to heaven when 
you die just follow me; words by 
Merrimar, music by J. H. Winslow, 
of U. S. [544 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 377002; J. H. Winslow, 
Brockton, Mass. 
Imperial march ; one step — two step, 
by I. Burdick; piano. [545 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375152 ; Irving Burdick, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
changes.] 
Improvisation; by Mentor Crosse, of 
U. S., op. 23, no. 1; piano. (Eight 
numbers for the pianoforte, no. 1.) 

[546 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1916; E 375598; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

In a bower of roses. See Dream (A) 

garden. 
In after years ; ballad ; words and 
music by Geo. B. Pitman, of U. S. 

[547 

© Jan. 7, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 

1916; E 376833; Myron J. Hirsche 

pub. co., Boston. 

In Babilone. See Hofmann (Josef) 

Four old Dutch songs. No. 1. 
In ballet style; by Mentor Crosse, 
of U. S., op. 23, no. 2 ; piano. (Eight 
numbers for the pianoforte, no. 2.) 

[548 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1916; E 375599; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

In dear old Bangalore; words and 

music by G. C. Baldwin, of U. S., arr. 

by [H. Tiedeman] of U. S. [549 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377094; 

George C. Baldwin, New York. 



In dear old U. S. A. ; words by Elbert 
S. Ward, music by T. W. Harrison, 
of U. S. Kansas City, Mo. Melody 
pub co. [550 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376914 ; Thomas Westly Harrison, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

In dear old Yankee land ; words and 

music by J. H. Voss, of U. S. [551 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1916; E 375756; Joseph H. Voss, 

Brooklyn. 

In dreamy Hawaii; words and music 
by J. K. Peterson, of U. S. [552 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376964; 
J. Kalani Peterson, N. Y. 

In fond remembrance; by J. R. Mor- 
ris, of U. S., op. 71 ; piano. [553 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377066; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

In fountain court; words by Arthur 
Symons, music by Alexander Russell, 
of U. S. ; low voice. [554 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375641; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

In gay Seville; valse espagnole by 

H. Engelmann, of U. S. ; piano. [555 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 377067; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

In His care; words and music by 

Adam Davenport, of U. S. [556 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376753; Quartet music co., Fort 

Worth, Tex. 

In Honolulu by the sea ; medley two- 
step by Jack Frost, arr. by Louis 
Tocaben, of U. S. ; full mandolin 
orch. [557 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375695; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

In loveland; waltz, by Gustave Schu- 
mann, arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of 
U. S. 1. Military band. 4to. 2. 
Full orchestra. 4to. [558, 559 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 4, 
1916; E 375156, 375159; J. W. 
Pepper & son, Philadelphia. 

In Russia's borderland; words and 
music by C. Cummings, of U. S. 

[560 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916 ; E 375529 ; Cynthia Cummings, 
Mingo, la. 



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In springtime; an old darkey's com- 
plaint, words by Sara Lynch, music 
by I. Joseph, of U. S. New York, 
Luckhardt & Belder. [561 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1915 ; 
E 376792 ; Israel Joseph, New York. 

In the haul of the mountain king. 
See Grieg (E. H.) 

In the harbor of my dreams ; lyrics 
by J. A. Montgomery, music by It. E. 
Clark, of U. S. [562 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 377006 ; E. J. Murray music 
co., Pittsburgh. 

In the highways; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by H. A. Henry, of 
U. S. [563 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375463; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

In the hills of Killarney, my Irish 
colleen; words and music by 
Harold Freeman, of U. S. [564 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377012; Harold Freeman 
co., Providence, R. I. 

In the name of Jesus ; words and 
music by N. W. Allphin, of U. S. 

[565 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376761; Newton W. Allphin, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

In the shadow of the snow ; words 
and music by V. Homer, of U. S., 
arr. by [Arthur Mann] of U. S. 

[566 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377093; 
Vernon Homer, Springfield, O. 

In the sunset's afterglow ; words by 
C. A. Flynn, music by Walter E. 
Von Kalinowski, of U. S. ; op. 3, 
no. 1. [567 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 376825 ; Catherine A. Flynn, 
New York. 

In the twilight; waltz by Carl 
Lawrence, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[568 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 37669S ; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines, 

la. 

In the valley of the old Red River 

down in Texas land; words by 

John E. Salisbury, music by Robert 

Van Sickle, of U. S. Gait, Mo., 

The S. V. music co. [569 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376684; J. E. Salisbury, Sherman, 

Tex. 



In the way with Him ; words by 
W. C. Poole, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [570 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375196; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

In the yellow dusk ; a song of old 
China, words from the Chinese of 
Li Po (A. D. 702-762), music by 
Edward Horsman, of U. S. ; high 
voice with piano ace. [571 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376937; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Indian (The) princess ; a musical 
playlet for the children in two acts 
by Maude O. Wallace, of U. S. 4to. 

[572 
© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; D 19649; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Indian (The) serenade; poem by 
Percy Bysshe Shelley, music by A. 
Walter Kramer, of U. S., op. 25. 
no. 2 ; voice and piano. [573 

© Jan. 5, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1915 ; 
E 375260; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Instructive sonatinas ; by G. Mer- 
kel, op. 125 & 126, edited and 
fingered by Thomas F. Dunhill, of 
Great Britain ; piano. [574 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17. 
1914; E 367823; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and fingering.] 

Intermission rag; by Charles Wel- 

linger, of U. S. ; piano. [575 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 

E 375375; Roger Graham, Chicago, 

111. 

Interrupted slumber ; or, The hapless 
bride, English version by Jane and 
Deems Taylor and K. S., Russian 
folksong from the province of Tver, 
arr. by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 8vo. (Songs of the 
Russian people, no. 12854) [576 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375570; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the arrangement.] 

Introduzione alla scuola del violino 
(An introductory method for the 
violin) ; by Giuseppe di Janni, of 
U. S. ; violin. [577 

© Nov. 28, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375679; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



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no. 1, 1916 



595 



Iowa state college loyalty song; 
words and music by N. O. Plagge, of 
U. S. ; piano with text. [578 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19. 
1916; E 375635; Newton O. Plagge, 
Ames, la. 

Ikeland and you; words and music 
by C. Wellinger. of Canada; in key 
of B flat. [579 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369291; Chas. Wellinger, Hamil- 
ton, Canada. 

Ireland dear old Ieeland ; words by 
T. H. Griffith, music by Elmer B. 
Griffith, of U. S. [580 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376957; 
Thos. H. Griffith, Cincinnati. 

Ieish love; by Leo Edwards, arr. by 
Carl Kiefert, of Germany, domiciled 
at New York, key of D. 4to. ( Songs 
with orchestra, 25A) [581 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376676; G. Schirmer, New York. 

IS IT A LONG WAY TO TlPPERAEY, THE 

Kaiser will be these; words by 
W. H. Pease, music by O. E. Herr- 
mann, of U. S. Mount Vernon, N. Y.. 
North Eastern music co. [582 

© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 23. 
1915 ; E 375171 ; Pease & Ament, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 

Is it true what they say about you ; 

lyrics by Dick Coburn, melody by 

M. Meyer, of U. S. [583 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376669; 

Max Meyer, San Francisco. 

Island (The) of love ; by Haydn 
Wood, arr. by W. P. Daniel, of U. S. ; 
in E flat ; piano with orch. ace. 4to. 

[584 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1916 : 

E 376895; Boosey & co., New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on orchestral 

accompaniment. ] 

It breaks my heart to dream of you ; 
words and music bv A. A. Shelton, 
of U. S. [5S5 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E. 375636; A. A. Shelton, Jersey 
City. 

It is coming; words by M. A. Karr, 

music by L. S. Moses, of U. S. [586 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1915 ; 

E376909; Margaretta Ayres Karr 

and Luella Stryker Moses, Buffalo. 



It is Easter morn ; words and music 

by J. H. Darlington, of U. S. [587 

© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 

E 377057; James Henry Darlington, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

It is not always May; words altered 
and adapted from poem by Longfel- 
low, and music composed by L. M. 
Newbaker, of U. S. ; voice and 
piano ace. [588 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 376796; 
Leon M. Newbaker, Steelton, Pa. 

It is not death, but sleep; words by 
Dorothy Pleydell-Bouverie, music by 
A. S. Scott-Gatty, of Great Britain; 
mixed voices. 8 vo. [589 

© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 367793 ; Boosey & co., London. 

It is the royal standard and the 
U. S. A. ; soldier's lovesong, words 
and music by H. M. Andersen, of 
U. S. ; solo and cho.. piano or organ 
ace. [590 

© Jan. 5, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916; 
E 376946 ; Haakon Mikkal Andersen, 
Delhi, Minn. 

It must be all; words by T. O. Chis- 

holm, music by Henry P. Morton, of 

U. S. [591 

© Jan. 10. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 

E 375485 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

It's all your fault, dear ; words by 

N. M. Duncan, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [592 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375403; 

Nina M. Duncan, Medford, Ore. 

It's not every friend that's a friend 
to you; words by H. F. Neuhousler, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[593 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; E 375402 ; H. 
F. Neuhousler, Pittsburg. 

It's time to say good-night; words 
and music by Ralph Carlyle Smith, 
of U. S. [594 

© Dec. 10, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 20, 1915 ; 
1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; E 376907 ; Landes- 
Carlyle pub. co., Denver. 

It strikes me that the U. S. A. ; 
words and music by Ned Dandy, arr. 
by Christian A. Praetorius, of U. S. 

[595 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 376782; 
Samuel Looker, Roxbury, Mass. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



It was a loves and his lass ; words 
by Shakespeare, music by Clara 
Ross Ricci, of U. S. ; voice & piano. 

[596 
© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375438; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

It was only a pictuee that hung in 
a frame; words and music by D. 
Payne, of U. S. [597 

© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 
E 375170; David Payne, Painted 
Post, N. Y. 

It was speing in the Luxembourg 
gardens ; lyrics by P. H. Martens, 
music by C. O'Hare, of U. S. [598 
© 1 c. Dec. 16, 1915; E 374654; 
Christopher O'Hare, New York and 
Frederick H. Martens, Rutherford, 
N. J. 

Jacqueline; by H. Scott-Baker, of 

England ; piano. [599 

© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 

E 369383 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Jane; musical setting to photoplay 
dramatization, selected and arr. by 
George W. Beynon, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Paramount photoplay music, series 
P 131, B 24.) [600 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377035; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Japanese lullaby ; words by Eugene 
Field, music by Grace Louise Mc- 
Questen, of U. S. [601 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 22, 1916 ; 
E 376994; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Jazbo ; fox trot, by Arthur S. Shaw, of 

U. S. ; piano. [602 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916; 

E 375282 ; Forster music publisher, 

Chicago. 

Je t'ai donne mon coeur ; chanson 
valse, paroles de P. Briollet, musique 
de W. J. Paans, of Belgium ; chant 
et piano. [603 

© Nov. 13, 1915 ; 1 c. Nov. 27, 1915 ; 
E 369363 ; W. J. Paans, Paris. 

Jesus cares ; words by Oswald J. 
Smith, music by Geo. C. Stebbins, of 
U. S. [604 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376592; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 



Jesus is coming again ; words by E. 
E. Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [605 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375199; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jesus is waiting now ; w T ords by Jno. 
R. Clements, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [606 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375222; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jesus knows ; words by Georgie Till- 
man Snead, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [607 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375213; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Jesus of Calvary; words and music 

by Jas. J. Bell, of U. S. [608 

© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 12, 

1916; E 375455; Homer A. Rode- 

heaver, Chicago. 

Jesus only ; words and music by W. 

R. Cain, of U. S. [609 

© Apr. 1, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 22, 

1915; E 376872; William Robert 

Cain, Wichita, Kans. 

Jesus the Pilot's on board; words 
and music by S. Hodges, of U. S. 

[610 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376656 ; Samson Hodges, Chicago. 

Jesus will give you rest ; words and 
music by Nellie Albright Weber, of 
U. S. [611 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375545; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Jewels bright ; words by Georgie 
Tillman Snead, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. [612 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376593; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Joy and glory ; words by James Rowe, 
music by A. O. Thomas, of U. S. 

[613 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376T42; Alvis O. Thomas, 
Fort Worth, Tex. 

Joy nights ; one step, by J. Lind, of 
U. S. ; piano. [614 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 376877; John Lind, Cin- 
cinnati. 



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633 



Joy (The) of Christ's paedon; words 
by Ralph Bunsen, music by Lewis 
Thomas, of U. S. [615 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375557; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Joyous geeeting ; waltz, by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S., op. 45; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [616 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916: E 375525; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Jubilate in C; text from the Bible, 

music by C. A. Hicks, of U. S. ; 

mixed voices & organ. 4to. [617 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1915; E 375314; Luckhardt & Bel- 

der, New York. 
June ; song, music by Edward Schaaf, 

of U. S., op. 3, no. 11, transcribed 

for piano player, by the composer. 

7 cards, 8 inches by 10 inches. [618 
© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376934; 

E. A. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 
words by Frederick H. Martens, 

music by William Lester, of U. S. ; 

op. 64, no. 2 ; voice and piano. [619 
© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 

E 375437; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 

New York. 
Just a few boards nailed together; 

words and music by P. M. Helms, 

of U. S. [620 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 375188; 

Perley M. Helms, Moriah, N. Y. 
Just a little bunch of roses ; lyric 

and melody by Chas. Beetho, of U. S. 

[621 
© Jan. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1916; E 375377; Beetho pub. co., 

Kansas City, Mo. 
Just a little home sweet home 

across the sea; words by A. E. 

Slocum. music by De Forest Har- 
rington. [622 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 

1915; E 375180; Arthur Edwin Slo- 
cum, Ilion, N. Y. 
Just a plain soldier man that's all ; 

words and music by S. J. Meinert. of 

U. S. [623 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 377016; Sylvester J. 

Meinert, Newark, N. J. 
Just be happy; words by Ripley D. 

Saunders, music bv Nellie Albright 

Weber, of U. S. [624 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375554; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 

Bellefontaine, O. 



Just dreaming of you ; words by A. 
H. Eastman, music by Fred Holt- 
man, of U. S. 1. Low voice in B 
flat. 2. High voice in E flat. 

[625, 626 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. each Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376653, 376654; Fred Helt- 
man co., Cleveland. 

Just for baby's sake ; words and mel- 
ody by S. Jones, arr. with piano 
ace. by Geo. W. Tracy, of U. S. [627 
© Jan. 7, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1916; 
E 375500; Samuel Jones, Philadel- 
phia. 

Just hold on to Jesus ; words by 
James Rowe, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [628 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916; 
E 375228; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Just the very same ; words by Ada R, 
Habershon, music by F. S. Turney, 
of U. S. [629 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376594; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Just to dream that dream again; 
words and music by C. B. Weston, of 
U. S. [630 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375447 ; Charles B. Weston, Brook- 
lyn. 

Kad dievuliai duotu. See Lietuvis- 
kos dainos. 

Kalinka; English version by Jane 
and Deems Taylor and K. S., Rus- 
sian folksong transcribed by Kurt 
Schindler, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
8vo. (Songs of the Russian people, 
no. 12,853). [631 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375571; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the transcription.] 

Kankles lietuyiskos ; permojei ir an- 
trojei dales keturiem balsams gieda- 
mos virams ir moterims, padarita 
lesomis A. P. Stankevicos. Phila- 
delphia, Boston [etc.] American 
Baptist publication society [1915] 
[110] p. 12mo. [632 

© Dec. 16, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec 
22, 1915 ; A 420016 ; A. J. Rowland, 
sec, Philadelphia. 

Katie Clancy ; from the musical globe 
trot, Around the map, music by 
Louis A. Hirsch, of U. S. ; arr. for 
orchestra. [633 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 1 c Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 367796 ; Hawkes & son, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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Katinka ; musical play in three acts, 
lyrics by Otto Hauerbach, music by 
Rudolf Friml, of U. S. ; vocal score. 

[634 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15. 
1916; D 19646; G. Schirmer, New- 
York. 

Keep a cheery face ; words and music 
by Goeffrey Gwyther. [635 

© Dec. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369308 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Keep sailing on : words by J. M. 
Humphrey, music by F. Lee Mum- 
ford, of U. S. [636 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376748; Quartet music co.. 
Fort Worth, Tex. 

Keep the light burning ; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley. 
of U. S. [637 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375242; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Keep your armor bright ; words by 
Charles Wesley, music by Robert 
Harkness, of England. [638 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376595; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 
Kid-days ; w T ords by H. Dexter, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[639 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376975; 

Harry Dexter, Princeton, N. J. 

Kid (The) is clever; w r ords and 

music by J. Brockman, of U. S. 

[640 
© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375419; 
James Brockman. East Orange, N. J. 
Kiltie (The) lads; words and music 
by Annie Taylor Johnson and George 
Arthur Mortimer, of U. S. [641 
© Dec. 22, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376689; A. T. Johnson & G. A. 
Mortimer, Pasadena, Cal. 
Kiss (The) that made you mine; 
medley waltz by Biese and Klick- 
mann, arr. by Louis Tocaben, of 
U. S. ; full mandolin orch. [642 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375715; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 
Kriegsmusik ; vaterlilndisches lied, 
text von A. O. Weber, musik von 
Paul Lincke. of Germany ; gesang u. 
piano. [643 

© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369336; Apollo-verlag, Berlin. 



Kyrie eleison ; music by Rena Gill, 
of U. S. ; in E flat and in F ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. [644 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375610; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lace ; wrords by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by William Lester, of U. S. 
op. 64. (Four love vignettes, no. 1.) 

[645 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376880; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Lago d'argento ; valtz arr. by B. Quat- 

trociocche, of U. S. ; armonica. [646 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375788; B. Quattrociocche, 

Steubenville, O. 

Land ( The ) of love ; w r ords and mel- 
ody by J. S. Sweet, of U. S., arr. 
by George C. Holbrook, of U. S. 
Chicago, J. S. Sweet pub. co. [647 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 377008; James S. Sweet, 
Santa Rosa, Cal. 

Land (The) oe the midnight sun 
(Norw-ay and Sw r eden) ; w 7 ords by 
H. P. McClure, music by Luther A. 
Clark, of U. S. [648 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19. 
1916 ; E 375639 ; Hattie P. McClure, 
St. Maries, Id. 

Landing of the troops ; march by H. 
J. Crosby, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[649 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376704; Cuncly-Bettoney co., Bos- 
ton. 

Large-type (The) sight-reader for 
beginners ; by Walter Everett, of 
Great Britain, in keys C. G. & F., 
treble clef. 12mo. [650 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916 ; 
E 367841 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Largest (The) flag in all the 
world ; w-ords and music by Esther 
Lunsford, of U. S. [651 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1915 ; 
E 375637; Arvine E. Lomady, Can- 
ton, O. 

Lass o'mine; words by Stanley Mur- 
phy, music by Florence Turner- 
Maley, of U. S. [652 

© Jan. 5, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1915 ; 
E 375261; Huntzinger & Dilworthy, 
New York. 



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HO. 1. 1916 



670 



Last (The) fly of summer; song, 
music by Paul Bliss, of U. S. ; male 
voices. (Men's voices, octavo, secu- 
lar, no. 2897) [653 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 
E 376813; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Last (The) wireless call; words 
and music by L. Varney, of U. S. 

[654 
© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375362 ; Lulu Varney, St. Louis. 

Legende ; by Florence Parr Gere, of 

U. S. ; piano. [655 

© Dec. 27, 1915: 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1915; E 375315; Luckhardt & Bel- 

der, New York. 

Lemont ( Cedric W. ) Nine storiettes ; 

by C. W. Lemont, op. 14; piano. 

(Ditson ed., no. 301) [656 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375581 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Leonore overture. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Leonore's polka; by Ralph Green- 
baum, of U. S., op. 10, no. 3 ; piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [657 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375519; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Leprehaun (The) ; four-part song, 
words by P. W. Joyce, music arr. 
from an Irish air, by T. Keighley, of 
Great Britain; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Choral album, no. 46.) [658 

© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369333 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Lesson (A) ; words by A. G. Corless, 
music by E. Edwin Crerie. of U. S. 
E flat. [659 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 375761; Corless & Crerie, 
Pittsburgh. 

Let go; words by Avis M. Burgeson, 
music by D. B. Towner, of U. S. 

[660 
© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376596; Charles M. Alexander. 
Philadelphia. 

Let Katie do it; musical setting for 
the photoplay, music by William 
Furst, of U. S. ; piano score. (Tri- 
angle plays, series P. 36.) [661 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377026; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Let's be prepared for peace or war; 

verses and music by Raymond A. 

Browne, of U. S. [662 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 

1916; E 375846; P. J. Howley 

music co., inc., New York. 
Let's be the same old sweethearts ; 

words by Beth Slater Whitson, music 

by Betty Bellin and W. L. Liver- 

nash, of U. S. Kansas City, Mo., 

Will L. Livernash music co. [653 
© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 

E 377076; Will L. Livernash, Kan- 
sas City, Mo. 
Let's prepare; words by L. Savadge, 

music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[664 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376973; 

Louis Savadge, Rock Island, 111. 
Let's take a toddle down the lane; 

words and music by Harry Wincott, 

of Great Britain. [665 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1915 ; 

E 369323; Charles Sheard & co., 

London. 
Let us prepare now, America; words 

by M. Bernstein, music by Leo 

Zahler, of U. S. [666 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1916; E 376891; 

Max Bernstein, New York. 
Let your life be sunshine ; words by 

W. A. Schell, music by Chas. H. 

Gabriel, of U. S. [667 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 

E 376597; Charles M. Alexander, 

Philadelphia. 
Letter (The) that never reached 

home; words by Edgar Leslie and 

Bernie Grossman, music by Archie 

Gottler, of U. S. [668 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375789; Kalmar & Puck 

music co., inc., New York. 
Liberty (The) bell; words by Mrs. 

Francis Bateman, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [669 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375392; 

W. S. Crowe, Globe, Ariz. 
Lietuvikos dainos ; kvartetams arba 

chorams, sutaise Petrauskus Mikas; 

of Russia, domiciled at° Boston; 

misriems balsams. Ill sasiuvinys. 

4to. Boston, Mass. Isleido Lietuvi- 

ska muzikos konservatorija. In- 

talpa; 1 Gaudeamus.— 2. Darbinin- 

ku Marseliete. — 3. Suktinis. — 4. Kad 

dievuliai duotu. — 5. Bijuneli. — 6. 

Dega ugni. [670 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 

E 375822; Mikas Petrauskas, So. 

Boston. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Light ; words by M. R. Jones, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [671 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376977; 
Mildred R. Jones, Hot Springs, Ark. 

Light (The) eternal; cantata by H. 
W. Petrie, arr. by George S. Schil- 
ler, of U. S. ; orcli. score. 4to. [672 
© Nov. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 19, 1916 ; 
E 375658 ; Lorenz pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Light (The) of life; words by Mar- 
gery P. Walker, music by A. von 
Aim Carso, of Great Britain; no. 2 
in D. [673 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 367830 ; Schott & co., London. 

Lighted cross ; an Easter cantata for 
the choir and the Sunday school, 
text by S. C. Kirk, music by Ira B. 
Wilson. Dayton, O., New York 
[etc.] Lorenz publishing company, 
1916. 32 p. 4to. [674 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1916 ; A 418434 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Like a breath from the hills ; words 
by John R. Clements, music by B. D. 
Ackiey, of U. S. [675 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375216; B. D. Ackiey, Philadel- 
phia. 

Lillian (The) Russell waltz; by 
Bert Grant, of U. S. ; piano. [676 
© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375530; Waterson Berlin & Sny- 
der, New York. 

Listen to the voice of Jesus ; words 

by Jennie Wilson, music by Emma E. 

Meyer, of U. S. [677 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376664 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Little almond eyes ; operetta, lib- 
retto by Frederick H. Martens, mu- 
sic by Will C. Macfarlane. Boston, 
New York [etc.] O. Ditson company 
[1915] 2 p. 1., 68 p. 4to. [678 

© Dec. 23, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
31, 1915; A 418276; Oliver Ditson 
co., Boston. 

Little (The) boy who died; words 
and music by E. L. Phillips, of IT. S. 

[679 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 

E 376812; Eva L. Phillips, Buffalo. 

Little bunch, of violets ; words by 

W. G. Best, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [680 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376959; 

Walter G. Best, Sun Prairie, Mont. 



Little candles ; words anon. ; music 

by N. S. Anderson, of U. S. [681 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375534; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 

Bellefontaine, O. 

Little gifts we bring ; song by Sam- 
uel W. Beazley, of U. S. [682 
© Nov. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375769; Smith & Lamar, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Little (The) girl you left behind; 
words and music by Harry A. Mont- 
gomery, of U. S. 1. Orchestra. 2. 
Song. [683, 684 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. each Jan. 
4, 1916; E 375184, 375185; H. A. 
Montgomery, Salt Lake City. 

Little Golden Locks ; waltz, by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S. ; op. 40, no. 4. 
piano. [685 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375508; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Little Indian ; by Bjarne Rolseth, of 
U. S. ; piano. (Eight instructive 
pieces, 2nd series, no. 4) [686 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1915; E 375316; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Little masqueraders' march ; by C. 
C. Crammond, of U. S. ; op. 40, no. 2. 
piano. [687 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1916; E 375509; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 
Little (A) ray of sunshine; words 
bv H. S. Lee, music by D. R. Walsh, 
of U. S. [688 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377013; 
Harry S. Lee & David R. Walsh, 
Middletown, N. Y. 
Little robin redbreast; a Christmas 
song, words by Harold Simpson, 
music by Montague F. Phillips, of 
Great Britain. [6S9 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 

1916 ; E 369313 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. 

Little volunteers ; words and music 

by Haldor Lillenas, of U. S. [690 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376598; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 
Little white lily ; words by George 
Macdonald, music by I. Joseph, of 
U. S. New York, Luckhardt & 
Belder. [691 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1915 : 
E 376791 ; Israel Joseph. New York. 



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no. 1, 1916 



708 



Living in the sunshine; words by 
Ada Blenkhorn, music by O. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. [692 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375342; Charles H. Gabriel, Chi- 
cago. 

Lochinvar's ride; ballad, by Walter 
Scott, set to music by Harry Howe 
Shelley, of U. S. ; mixed voices and 
piano ace. Secular choruses. No. 
6509. 8vo. [693 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376765; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Lohengrin. See Wagner (Richard) 

Lonely rose; words and music by 

Norman Lawrence, of U. S., arr. by 

[Eugene Klatzmann], of U. S. [694 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376915; 

Norman Pollard, New York. 

Long ago, sweetheart mine. See . 
MacDowell (E. A.) 

Look at the cross; words by James 
Rowe, music by W. T. Kirby, of 
U. S. [695 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376756; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Lord (The) is risen today; words 
by Ada Blenkhorn, music by C. H. 
Gabriel. [696 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375481; Chas. H Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Lord, who art merciful ; Sacred song- 
no. 1. words by Southey, music by 
Henry T. Myers, of U. S. [697 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375317; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 

Lord's (The) anointed; cantata by 
E. S. Lorenz, arr. by Ira B. Wilson, 
of U. S. ; orch. score. 4to. [698 

© Nov. 21, 1914; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375659; Loreuz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Loreley (Die) ; paraphrase by J. Nes- 
vadba, arr. by Otto Widder, revised 
by S. Katz, of U. S. ; military band. 
(Gilmore band library ed. no. 10.) 

[699 
© Nov. 22, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375683; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision of arrangement.] 



Lost melody; words and music by 
Ralph Carlyle Smith, of U. S. ; no. 1 
in F. [700 

© Dec. 10, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376908; 
Landes-Carlyle pub. co., Denver. 

Lost (The) spring; words by Freder- 
ick H. Martens, music by Hallett 
Gilberte, of U. S. [701 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376882; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Love always wins ; waltz by M. Gel- 
band, of U. S., op. 36 ; piano. [702 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 376875; 
Morris Gelband, Brooklyn. 

Love and pleasure; dance impromptu 
by Jacob Kindlinger, of U. S., op. 24 ; 
piano. [703 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375819; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Love in a rose-bush sleeping lay 
(Im rosen-busch die liebe schlief) ; 
words by Hoffman von Falkrsleben, 
music by C. Krause, of U. S. ; me- 
dium voice. [704 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375753; Carl Krause. Al- 
bany. 

Love is still supreme ; ballad, words 
and music by M. J. Marttene, of 
U. S. Fort Wayne, Ind., Marttene 
Music Co. [705 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916; 
E 375255; Michael John Marttene, 
Fort Wayne, Ind. 

Love laugh'd as he ran away ; words 
by Julian Gade, music by Montague 
F. Phillips, of Great Britain. [706 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369343 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Love moon ; fox trot, music by Ivan 
Caryll, arr. by S. Deshon ; orchestra. 
4to. [707 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 375354; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Love never faileth. See Sacred songs. 

Love o' mine ; words by Wm. R. Clay, 
music by Ansel McMurtry, of IX. S. 
Kansas City, Mo., Will L. Livernash 
music co. [708 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan 27, 1916 ; 
377077; Will L. Livernash, Kansas 
City, Mo. 



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709 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Love of my life, good-bye ; by Anton 
Heindl, arr. by S. Deslun, of U. S. ; 
orchestra. 4to. [709 

© Dec. 31. 1915; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916 ; E 375491 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
the arrangement.] 

Love (A) song; words and music by 

A. R. Miller, of U. S. [710 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 

E 376794; Alice Rowland Miller, As- 
bury Park, N. J. 

; words by Leon Lamontine, music 

by G. D. Johnson, of U. S. [711 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377003; 
Georgia Douglas Johnson, Wash- 
ington. 

Love (A) story. See Dream (A) 
garden. 

Love, true love; medley waltz, by J. 
Buonomo, of Italy, domiciled at 
Philadelphia, Pa. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[712 
© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1915; E 376869; James Buonomo, 
Philadelphia. 

words by Francis Capano and 

Anthony Mucchetti, music by J. 
Buonomo, of Italy, domiciled at 
Philadelphia, Pa. [713 

© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1915; E 376870; James Buonomo, 
Philadelphia. 

Loved ones (Bien aimes) ; waltz by E. 
Waldteufel, arr. by M. L. Lake, of 
U. S. ; full orch. 4to. [714 

© Dec. 7, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375698; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Lovely Dorothy (vien qua Dorina 
bella) ; by C. M. v. Weber, arr by 
A. Sartorio, of Germany ; piano, for 
left hand alone. [715 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367835; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Lover's (The) parting; words by 
Mrs. C. E. Brockington, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [716 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375628; 
Mrs. Cosmo E. Brockington, Charles- 
ton, S. C. 

Love's creed; song by C. B. Jennings, 
of U. S. ; arr. in key of F. [717 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375379 ; Carrie B. Jennings, How- 
ard City, Mich. [Copyright is 
claimed for arrangement.] 



Love's message ; valse by Mena D. 
Silas, of Great Britain ; piano. [718 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369335 ; M. D. Silas, London. 

Love's tribute; words and music by 
Bernard Hamblen, of Canada; high 
voice. [719 

© Jan. 5, 1916; 2 c Jan. 7, 1916: 
E 367781; Huntzinger & Dilworth 
New York. 

Love's valley; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Dorothy Forster. 

[720 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 
1916 ; E 369314 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Lovin' it up in the winter time; 

words by C. Chieselski, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [721 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375626; 

C. Chieselski, Brooklyn. 

Loyal Canadians ; words and music 
by B. Loud, arr. by Jules Brazil, of 
Canada. [722 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 3693SI; Beth Loud, Glen- 
williams, Ont., Canada. 

Lnana waltz; by Kapule Kanoa, arr. 
by F. L. Littig, of V. S. ; steel guitar 
solo. [723 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 ; 
E 376939; Frank L. Littig, Los An- 
geles. 

Lucile waltz; by Karl Lenox of U. 
S. ; piano. [724 

© Jan. 7, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916; 
E 376800; Edward A. Bowen, Mai- 
den, Mass. 

Lucky dog. See Arundale (Claude) 
Five short humorous songs. 

Lullaby ; by Edward Schaaf, of U. S., 

op. 29, no. 2 ; transcription for player 

piano. [725 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1916; E 375502; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

by Mentor Crosse, of U. S., op. 

23, no. 3 ; piano. ( Eight numbers 
for the pianoforte, no. 3) [726 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375600; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

-by L. C. Gainsborg, of U. S. ; 

piano and violin. [727 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377009; 
Lolita Cabrera Gainsborg, New 
York. 



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no. 1. 1916 



746 



Ma chere petite; valse by Paul 

Carus, of U. S. ; piano. [728 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376647; Jerome H. Remick & co., 

New York. 

MacDowell (Ed ward Alexander) 
Cradle song; music by E. Mac- 
Dowell, op. 41, no. 1, arr. by Paul 
Ambrose, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
Octavo series, no. 670. [729 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376692; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

— Dance of gnomes; by E. A. Mac- 
Dowell, op. 41, no. 2, arr. by Paul 
Ambrose, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
(Octavo series no. 671) [730 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375372; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

— Long ago, sweetheart mine; 
song with pianoforte ace. composed 
by E. MacDowell, of U. S., op. 56, 
no. 1; sop. or ten and alto or bar. 

[731 
© Nov. 29, 1898; 2 c. each Jan. 
6, 1916; E 375880; Arthur P. 
Schmidt, Boston. [Date of first 
publication as contained in book en- 
titled, Four songs.] 

Madonna's (The) lullaby; words by 
A. C. Galvin, music by P. B. Storey. 

[732 
© 1 c. Dec. 27, 1915; E 375291; 
Alice Carey Galvin, Braddock, Pa. 

Madrigal a Philine; intermezzo- 
valse, par Raoul Boischot, of France ; 
orchestra avec piano conducteur. 
4to. [733 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 
E 369295 ; R. Boischot, Paris. 

Mae Burns fox trot ; by Chas. E. 

Roat, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [734 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 

E 375836; Chas. E. Roat music co., 

ltd., Battle Creek. 

piano. [735 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375380; Chas. E. Roat music co., 
ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Magnificat ; music by Willard Foster, 

of U. S. [736 

© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 

E 375782 ; Willard G. Foster, Joplin, 

Mo. 



Magnificat & nunc dimittis ; music 
by Horace Spence, of England, voices 
and organ. 8vo. (Modern church 
services, no. 180.) [737 

© Nov. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Nov. 26, 1915 ; 
E 369380; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis in F ; 
by Edward Horsman, of U. S. ; four- 
part mixed chorus with organ ace. 
(G. S. 8vo choruses, no. 6463.) [738 
©) Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1916 ; 
E 376675 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Magyar katonasag (Hungarian sol- 
diery) ; march by James M. Fulton, 
of U. S. ; full orch. 4to. [739 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375700; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Maid that I idolize ; words and music 

by H. E. Briais, of U. S. [740 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375629; 

Henry Edward Briais, Canaan, N. H. 

Make Jesus king; words by John R. 
Clements, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [741 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375470; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Make your life a blessing; words 
and music by Will H. Ruebush, of 
U. S. [742 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376599; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Making up is making love over 
again ; words by E. Provost, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[743 
© 1 c Jan. 22, 1916; E 376966; 
E. Provost, Springfield, Mass. 

Man (The) of Galilee; words and 
music by C. H. Gabriel. [744 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375343; Charles H. Gabriel, Chi- 
cago. 

Many a noble heart beneath an old 
torn coat; words and music by W. 
J. Simpson, of U. S. [745 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377019; William James Simpson, 
Pasadena, Cal. 

Maple leaf waltz ; by C. C. Crammond, 
of TJ. S.; op, 33. piano. [746 

© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan 17, 1916 ; 
E 375513; W. A. Evans, Boston. 



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| 

Marguerite waltz ; by P. Hankins. of | May the Stars and Stripes forever 



U. S. ; [arr. by Otto Mahling] ; 
pi a 110. [747 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375373; Perry Hankins, Monti- 
cello, Ark. 

Mary Lee; words by J. Balloch Glen, 
music by T. L. Bacon, of Great 

. Britain. [748 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369324; Charles Sheard & co., 
London. 

Mascagni (Pietro) ; Cavalleria rusti- 
cana ; intermezzo from the opera by 
P. Mascagni, arr. by H. F. Odell, of 
TJ. S. ; mandolin orchestra. [749 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369338; H. F. Odell & co., Boston. 

Mass in F; in honor of St. Rita of 
Cassia, Latin text only, music by 
Antonino Mauro, of Italy, domiciled 
at Bronx, N. Y., op. 101 ; two voices, 
organ ace. 4to. [750 

© Jan. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375799; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Mass in G ; by Theodor von La Hache, 
ed. and arr. by Eduardo Marzo, of 
U. S. ; one or two voices, w T ith ten. 
and bass ad lib. ; organ ace. 4to. 

[751 
© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375800 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Master (The) is waiting; words and 
music by Geo. L. Washburn, of U. S. 

[752 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376746; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Matunita; moorish danse, by A. C. 
Koeppler, of U. S. ; op. 3 ; piano. 

[753 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916; E 375429; 
Albert C. Koeppler, Chicago. 

May eve; four-part song, words by 
Thomas S. Jones, jr., music by 
Deems Taylor, op. 11, no. 1; wo- 
men's voices. 4to. (Four-part 
songs for women's voices, no. 12911 ) 

[754 
© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375580; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

May Marie; w r ords by W. W. Gibb, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[755 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375410; 
Walter W. Gibb, Manistee, Mich. 



wave ; words and music by J. P. 

Woodruff, of U. S. [756 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1915; E 375450; 

J. Paul Woodruff, South Bend, Ind. 

Mazurka russe; by Claude Arundale, 

of England; pianoforte. [757 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 

E 369345; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 

London. 

Me Irish song short cut to Tippe- 

rary; words by I. Payson, music 

by T. E. Andino, of U. S. [758 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376846; 

I. Payson, Baltimore. 

Medley of famous sacred songs ; arr. 
by Frank E. Barry, of U. S. ; male 
quartet. 4to. Chicago, Chart music 
pub. co. [759 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375489; B. Coanacher, Oak Park, 
111. 

Meeting (The) of the tribes; by 

F. L. Hogan, of U. S. ; piano. [760 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 18, 

1916; E 375640; Fred'k L. Hogan, 

Lynn, Mass. 

Mein fretheitstraum ; text u. musik 
v. Chas. A. Schultz, of U. S., op. 70 ; 
mannerchor. 4to. (Neue manner- 
chore, no. 490) [761 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375736; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Melodic marches, for home and 
schools; revised by H. L. Heartz, of 
U. S. ; piano, grades 3 & 4. (Musi 
Craft, no. 10.) [762 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376629; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation.] 

Melodique; by H. L. McDiarmid, of 
Canada (Great Britain) ; piano. 
Erie, Pa., Erie music co. [763 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1915; E 367691; Howard L. Mc- 
Diarmid, West Toronto, Canada. 
Melody; by Mentor Crosse, of U. S., 
op. 23, no. 7; piano. (Eight num- 
bers for the pianoforte, no. 7.) 

[764 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 

1916; E 375604; John Church co., 

Cincinnati. 

Memories and hopes ; words and 

music by T. Gleaves, of U. S. [765 

© 1 c. Jan. S, 1916; E 375397; 

Tom Gleaves, Akron, O. 



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no. 1, 1916 



'82 



Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) Hunting song; by 
Mendelssolm, arr. by Francis Mac- 
raiilen, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 
(Original compositions and concert 
transcriptions, no. 3.) [766 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375741; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Romances sans paroles ; oeuvres 

completes de Mendelssohn, revision 
par Maurice Ravel, pour piano. 
Edition classique, no. 9348. [767 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 367799; Durand et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

• Spinning song; by Mendelssohn, 

arr. by Francis Macmillen, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. (Original com- 
positions and concert transcrip- 
tions, no. 4) [768 
© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375742; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

| Venetian gondola song; by Men- 
delssohn, arr. by Francis Macmillen, 
of U. S. ; violin and piano. (Orig- 
inal compositions and concert tran- 
scriptions, no. 5) [769 
© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21. 
1916; E 375743; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Wedding march ; from Midsum- 

mernights dream by Mendelssohn, 
arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, of U. S. 1. 
Full mandolin orch. (Progressive 
mandolin orch. ed. no. 13) 2. Full 
orch. (Progressive orch. ed. no. 13) 

[770, 771 

© Nov. 12, 1915; 2 c. each Jan. 

21, 1916; E 375672, 375690; Carl 

Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Menuet en le style ancien ; par S. 
T. Strang, of U. S., pour le piano. 

[772 

© Dec. 26, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1915; E 375181; S. Tudor Strang, 
Philadelphia. 

Mercy's free; words by William H. 
Clark, music by H. A. Henry. [773 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375464; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 



Merry Yulltide (Kolyadka) ; Christ- 
mas song from Little Russia, Eng- 
lish version by Jane and Deems Tay- 
lor and K. S., music by N. A. Rim- 
sky-Korsakoff from the opera 
"Christmas Night," arr. by Kurt 
Schindler, of U. S. ; mixed voices, 
8vo. (Songs of the Russian people, 
no. 12843.) [774 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375572; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
the arrangement.] 

Message (A) ; words by Annie Ells- 
worth Caldwell, music by Andrew T. 
Bogart, of U. S. 1, High voice in 
F. 2, Low voice in E flat. [775, 776 
© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. each Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375318, 375319; Luckhardt 
& Belder, New York. 

Message of the flowers. See Dream 
(A) garden. 

Message of the rose; waltz, by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S. ; op. 44. piano. 

[777 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375511; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Method for steel guitar; by Major 

Kealakai, of U. S. [778 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24. 

1916; E 375773; Major Kealakai, 

Chicago. 

Military polonaise; by Mentor 
Crosse, of U. S. ; op. 23, no. 8 ; piano. 
(Eight numbers for the pianoforte, 
no. 8.) [779 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375605; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Miniaturen ; by A. C. Lentz, of U. S., 

op. 3 ; violin and piano. [780 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916; E 375448; 

August Carl Lentz, Iron Ridge, Wis. 

Miserere (A) ; words by Frank Chaf- 
fee, music by Robert Huntington 
Terry, of U. S. [781 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375320; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 

Miss Vixen ; fox trot by Robert Hood 

Bowers, of U. S. ; piano. [782 

© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1916 ; 

E 376890; G. Schirmer, New York. 



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783 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11. 



Miss a pro defunctis ; complete re- 
quiem mass, by Antonio Mauro, of 
U. S., op. 100; edition C, for two 
equal voices and organ. 4to. [783 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377021; Ross Jungnickel, 
New York. 

Mister Honey Boy ; words by Adam 
Breecle, music by Franklin Riker, of 
U. S. ; high voice. [784 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1916 ; 
E 376885; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Mister Hush Man ; fox trot ; words 

and music by M. A. Saxton, of U. S., 

arr. by S. Minster, of U. S. [785 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1916; E 375818; 

Minnie Adelia Saxton, Washington. 

Modern minuet ; by Mentor Crosse, of 
U. S., op. 23, no. 5; piano. (Eight 
numbers for the pianoforte, no. 5.) 

[786 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375602; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Modern Russian piano music; ed. by 
Constantin Von Sternberg. v. 1. 
Akimenko to Korestschenko. Bos- 
ton, O. Ditson company. New York, 
C. H. Ditson & co. [etc.] xiv p., 1 1. 
183 p. fol. (Musicians library) 

[787 
© Dec. 8, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
aff. Dec. 30, 1915 ; A 420339 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. 

Mollie Malone; words and music by 
J. R. Talcott, of U. S. [788 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375149; Janet R. Talcott, Cleve- 
land. 

Monfried's correspondence school of 
violin ; by Lazarus Monfried, of 
Russia, domiciled in New York; sec- 
ond half of the preparatory class, 
from lesson 12 to 24, and examina- 
tion ; violin, with text in Yiddish. 

[789 
© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 375344 ; Lyre pub. co., New 
York. 

Moon madrigal ; dance by Charles Wil- 
leby, arr. by J. Orel Hume, of Great 
Britain ; band. 4to. (Boosey's brass 
band journal, no. 562.) [790 

© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 367794; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



Moon (The) shone bright; four part 
Christmas carol, music by Arthur 
Fagge, of Great Britain; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Boosey's choral mis- 
cellany, no. 62.) [791 
© Dec. 11, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369302; Boosey & co., London. 

Moonlight (Mond-nacht) ; music by 
Henry J. Lautz, arr. by W. A. Fuhr- 
mann, of U. S. ; piano. [792 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376918; Eberle music co., 
Buffalo. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Moonlight girl; by L. S. Roberts, of 
U. S., for 1st violin. [793 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375378; 
Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 



Morceau militaire. 
leaves, no. 3. 



See Album 



Morn of gladness ; words by S. C. 
Kirk, music by W. A. Post, of U. S. 

[794 
© Nov. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 24 f 
1916; E 375770; Smith & Lamar, 
Nashville, Tenn. 

Morning mood. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Mother ; words by D. H. King, music 
by R. E. Clark, of U. S. [795 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375190; Robert E. Clark, Phila- 
delphia. 

words by N. S. Anderson, music 

bv Nellie Albright Weber, of U. S. 

[796 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375559 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Mother and child in twilight wait ; 

words bv Wm, H. Brown, music by 

Carl Muehling, of U. S. [797 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376711; 

Wm. H. Brown, Presidio, Cal. 

Mother o' mine ; words by Rudyard 
Kipling, music by Leo Ornstein, of 
Russia, domiciled at New York ; 
low voice in D minor. [798 

© Dec. 3. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375737; Carl Fischer. New York. 

Mother's (A) last wish; words by 
D. Sehecal, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [799 

© 1 c. Jan. 19. 1916; E 375621; 
Dorothy Senecal, Mallorytown, Ont, 
Canada. 



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no. 1, 1916 



819 



Mother's sweet old stoey; words by 

Wm, Nickle, music by Chas. H. 

Gabriel, of U. S. [800 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376665; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Mouchoies (Les) ; poesie de Gaston 
Raynaud, musique de Jacques Orly, 
of France; chant et piano. Paris, 
Ch. Durdilly, Ch. Hayet succ'. [801 
© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915 ; E 369371 ; J. Orly, Paris. 

Mountain (A) stjneise; reverie by 
C. O. Crammond, of U. S., op., 37 ; 
piano, Boston, Evans music co. [802 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375524; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Movie (The) pateol; galop no. 2, by 
Otto Langey, of U. S. ; orch. 
(Schirmer's photoplay series 17P) 

[803 
© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376674; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Mozaet (Wolfgang Amadeus) Ave 
verum; by W. A. Mozart, ed. by 
Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; two 
women's voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Catholic choir music, no. 12821) 

[804 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375802; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement] 

Music when soft voices die; poem 
by Shelley, music by Gerrit Smith, 
of U. S. [805 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376810; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

My Adieondacks, I love you; words 
and music by W. Gaston, of U. S. 

[806 
© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 375424; William Gaston, 
New York. 

My Ameetca; words and music by 

J. G. Dailey, of U. S. [807 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1916; E 375762; James Gerold 

Dailey, Philadelphia. 

My dark eyed Gypsy maid; words 
and music by Norman Lawrence, of 
U. S., arr. by [Eugene Platzmann] 
of U. S. [808 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376916; 
Norman Pollard. New York. 



My dear old Geoegia home ; words by 

J. O'Connell, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [809 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375411; 

James O'Connell, Kent, O. 

My deae old nobtheen home; words 
by M. Edwards, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [810 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375418; 
Mary Edwards, Yonkers, N. Y. 

My echo; words and music by Percy 
Edgar and Ed. Cuthbertson, of 
Great Britain. [811 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 369325; Charles Sheard & co n 
London. 

My fashion glel ; words by A. F. Vogel, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[812 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376837; 
Alfred P. Vogel, New York, N. Y. 

My favoeite Gebman songs [by] Elena 
Gerhardt. [High voice] Boston, O. 
Ditson company; New York, C. H. 
Ditson & co. [etc., 1915] 4 p. 1., 102 
p. ports, fol. [813 

© Nov. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 17. 1915 ; 
aff. Dec. 29, 1915 ; A 420188 ; Oliver 
Ditson co,, Boston. 

[Low voice] Boston, O. Dit- 



son company ; New York, C. H. Dit- 
son & co. [etc., 1915] 4 p. 1., 102 p. 
ports, fol. [814 

© Dec. 11, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 17, 1915 ; 
aff. Dec. 29, 1915 ; A 420189 ; Oliver 
Ditson co., Boston. 

My flo wee of HAWAn ; by H. M. Lili- 
oukalani, arr. by C S. De Lano, of 
U. S — 1. Orchestra. 4to.— 2. Mando- 
lin and banjo orch. — 3. Voice and 
piano ; medium voice and high voice. 

[815-817 
© Dec. 4, 1915; 2 c. each Dec. 9, 
1915; E 376899-376901; Charles S. 
De Lano, Los Angeles. 

My heaet is a kingdom; words by 
Ralph Bunsen, music by N. S. An- 
derson, of U. S. [818 
© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916; 
E 375542; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellfontaine, O. 

My heaet is aching foe someone; 
words by Jos. Hiller, music by Geo. 
F. Olcott, of U. S. [819 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375587 ; Curt E. Young, inc., Pitts- 
burgh, Pa. 



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620 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



My heart is sad ; words by N. House, 

music by L. Rosedale, of U. S. ; high 

voice. [820 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1916 ; 

E 376889 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

My heaet keeps singing; words and 
music by Nellie Albright Weber, of 
U. S. [821 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916; 
H 375540; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellfontaine, O. 

My heavenly home; words by Thoro 

Harris, music by Liluokalani, arr. 

by Thoro Harris, of U. S. [822 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376657 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

My lady's dream ; waltz, by A. C. 
Koeppler, of U. S., op. 2. piano. 

[823 
© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan, 22, 1916 ; 
E 376993; Albert C. Koeppler, Chi- 
cago. 

My little blue eyed miss; words by 

C. R. Beebe, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [824 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376854; 

■€. R. Beebe, White River Jet., Vt. 

My little southern Rose ; words and 

music by G. W. Milton, of U. S. 

voice and piano ace. [825 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 376787; 

Geo. W. Milton, Savannah, Ga. 

My little sweetheart; words by 
Frank Chaffer, music by Robert 
Huntington Ferry, of U. S. [826 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 375321 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

My little western Evalena Ray; 
words and music by D. L. Haskell, of 
U. S. [827 

© Jan. 1, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916; 
E 375246; Dora L. Haskell, Lewis- 
ton, Maine. 

My Lord abides; words by Ina Duley 
Ogden, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [S2S 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375217; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

My Louisiana maid ; words and music 
by W. S. Cudlipp, of U. S. [829 
© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 ; 
E 3T6D21 ; Win. S. Cudlipp, New Or- 
leans. 



My love for you will never grow 

cold; words by L. J. Yocom, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [830 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376961; 

L. J. Yocom, Chickasaw, Ala. 

My love I will remember thee; 

words and music by D. L. White of 

U. S. [831 

© 1 c. Jan 13, 1916; E 376849; 

Delia Lackey White, Fowler, Kans. 

My love's like a red red rose (Dem 
rothen roslein gleicht mein lieb) ; 
music by Henry J. Lautz, arr. by 
W. A. Fuhrmann, of U. S. ; piano. 

[832 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1916; E 376917; Eberle music co., 

Buffalo. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

My mammy's song; words and music 
by J. F. Lockett, of U. S. op. 53. 

[833 
© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1916; E 376835; 
Julia F. Lockett, Amarillo, Tex. 

My mother says that angels. See 
Arundale (Claude) Five short 
humorous songs. 

My movie queen ; words and music by 

M. B. Hutchings, of U. S. [834 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376852; 

M. B. Hutchings, Germantown, Pa. 

My Niobraro girl; words by E. A. 

Odman, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [S35 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376967; 

E. A. Odman, Valparaiso, Neb. 

My purple hills ; words suggested by 
a poem of L. H. Bailey, music by 
W. C. Betscb, of U. S., arranged by 
Christian Arthur Practorius, of 
U. S. [836 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 377040; 
William Carter Betsch, New York. 

My refuge all the while; words by 
James Rowe; music by Haldor 
Lillenas, of U. S. [S37 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376600; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

My rose; words by E. D. Kious, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[838 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376S42 ; 
Edna D. Kious, Mt. Sterling, O. 

My Shepherd Thou. See Schubert 
(F. P.) 



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no. 1, 1916 



856 



My son, foeget not my law ; words 
from Proverbs, music by Warren W. 
Adams, of U. S. ; medium voice. 

[839 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375745; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

My sweet Ieish queen ; words and 
music by Michael Emmet, of U. S. 

[840 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376775; Michael Paul Gaughran, 
Chicago. 

My violet; lyric by J. Will Callahan, 
music by B. M. Tice, of U. S. Sioux 
City, la., Blanche M. Tice music 
pub. co. [841 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375631; Blanche M. Tice, 
Sioux City, la. 

My wild flo wee; words by Donald 
McLian, music by A. G. Carlson, of 
U. S. [842 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 3769SS ; 
Albert Gustave Carlson, Fremont, 
Nebr. 

My wondeeftjl love foe thee; lyric 
by J. Keirn Brennan, music by 
Ernest R. Ball, of U. S. [843 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376991; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Nailed to the cross ; words by Lida 
Shivers Leech, music by B. D. Ack- 
ley, of U. S. 1844 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375212; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Nat' an (Nathan) ; for what are you 
waitin' Nat'an, words and music by 
James Kendis, of U. S. [On cover: 
Nathan ; Nat'an, Nat'an ! tell me for 
what are you waitin', Nat'an?] 

[845 
© Jan. 25. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 377083; Kendis music pub. 
co., inc., New York. 
National unity; march by A. G. 
Sharpe, of U. S., piano. [846 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916; E 375250; 
Alfred S. Sharpe, New York. 
Nativity (The) ; Christmas carol 
from the 17th century, English words 
by Alice Mattullath, harmonized and 
arr. by Louis Victor Saar, of U. S. ; 
mixed chorus, organ ace. [847 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375724; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



Nattalie; or, The gypsy queen, an 

operatta, in two acts with prologue 

by F. P. St. Clair, of U. S. [848 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; D 19645; 

Floyd Pitner St. Clair, Clarion, la. 

Neath the old oak teee ; written and 
composed by M. Corcoran, of U. S. 

[849 
© 1 c. Nov. 8, 1915; E 371710; 
Mary Corcoran, Los Angeles. 

Nebraska's champion wrestles Joe; 

poem by P. S. Pancake, music by 

R. A. Browne, of U. S. [850 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375367; 

Philip S. Pancake, Wisner, Neb. 

Neutrality ; march song, words by 
G. P. Ganung, music by Theo. H. 
Northrup, of U. S. [851 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376682; Gertrude Prickett Ga- 
nung, Denver, Col. 

Neutrality rag; words and music by 
James White and Jack Frost, of 
U. S. [852 

© Dee. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376733; Frank K. Root & CO., 
Chicago. 

Nevee alone; words by A. M. Stark- 
weather, music by James M. Black, 
of U. S. [853 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375192; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

New (The) gtel; words by G. W. 

Bradley, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [854 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375623; 

G. W. Bradley, Hooks, Tex. 

New (The) self help system fob 
the guitar; by note and position, 
by J. C. Bane, of U. S. ; in C nota- 
tion, styled Spanish, natural tuning, 
styled American. 855 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375772; Johnson C. Bane, 
Fairbury, 111. 

Night and the staes. See Dream 
(A) garden. 

Night (The) befoee the battle; 
patriotic four-part song, words and 
music by C. A. White, rev. by Josef 
Frantz [pseud, of H. L. Heartz], of 
U. S. ; mixed voices ; 4to. ( Secular 
part-songs, no. 5478) [856 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375614; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision.] 



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857 



pt. in, n. s M v. 11 



Nightingale. See Tschaikowsky 
(P. I. ) 

No friend like Jesus ; words by 
George Tillman Snead, music by 
Clias. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [857 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 375178 ; A. J. Showalter co. } 
Dalton, Ga. 

No other name; words and music by 
J. H. Darlington, of U. S. [858 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377058; James Henry Dar- 
lington, Harrisburg, Pa. 

Nobody cares ; words by Sherrard 
Beatty, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [859 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375208; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Nocturne; by Walter Tibbettes, of 
U. S. ; piano. [860 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376648 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Nocturnes. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Nodding roses ; song from musical pro- 
duction, Very good Eddie, words by 
Schuyler Greene and Herbert Rey- 
nolds, music by Jerome Kern, of 
U. S. [861 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376637; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Noel; song poesie de Th§ophile-Gau- 
tier, musique de Teresa Del Riego, 
of Great Britain; texte frangais et 
anglais. [862 

© Jan. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916 ; 
E 367847 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Noel de France; paroles de Andre 
Dumas, musique de Jean R§my, of 
France; chant et orgue on piano. 

[863 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 30, 

1915 ; E 369299 ; B. Roudanez, Paris. 

Noel de la France ; poeme et musique 
de Fernand Le Borne, of France, op. 
63, pour orgue on piano, et chant. 

[864 
© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915; E 369364; L. Grus & cie., 
Paris. 

Noel des enfants qui n'ont plus de 
maisons (Christmas carol for home- 
less children) ; paroles et musique 
de Claude Debussy, of France, tra- 
duction anglaise, par McSwayne 
Saint Rene Taillaudier; chant et 
piano. [865 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 369361; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 



Noel heroique; poesie de Andre JLe- 
grand, musique de Felix Fourdrain, 
of France; baryton ou mezzo-so- 
prano. [866 
© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915; E 369365; L. Grus et cie., 
Paris. 

Now ; author of words unknown, music 
by Nellie Albright Weber, of U. S. 

[867 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375555; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

O bird of heaven ; words by E. Tec- 
chemacher, music by Henry E. 
Geehl, of Great Britain, no. 2 in E 
flat. [868 

© Dec. 23, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 27, 
1915; E 367818; Edwin Ashdown, 
ltd., London. 

O God, Thou art my God ; words from 
Psalm 63, music by Warren W. 
Adams, of U. S. ; sop. or ten., piano 
or organ ace. [869 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375746; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

O holy word ; words by M. E. Servoss, 
music by Geo. C. Stebbins, of U. S. 

[870 
© Nov. 10, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376601; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

O LARK OF THE SUMMER MORNING; 

words from the Japanese, music by 
I. Joseph, of U. S. New York, Luck- 
hardt & Belder. [871 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 27, 1915 ; 
E 376793; Israel Joseph, New York. 

O love of mine ; words by Emilie Bur- 
ling Reiff, music by Stanley T. Reiff, 
of U. S. ; in E flat, F, and G. [872 
© Dec. 15. 1915 ; 2 c each Jan. 7, 
1916; E 367784; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

O perfect love; wedding song, poem 
by Dorothy F. Blomfield, music by 
Angelo M. Read, of U. S. [873 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375797; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

O salutaris. in E flat; music by 
Alois F. Lejeal, of U. S., op. 67; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (Cath- 
olic choir music, no. 12743.) [S74 
© Jan. IS, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375S07; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



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no. 1, 1916 



892 



O sanctissima; unison or two-part 
chorus, English words by Alice Mat- 
tullath, music from a Sicilian fisher- 
man's song, ed. by Ernst Schmidt, 
of Germany, domiciled at Boston; 
children or mixed voices. 4to. [875 
© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375727; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

O wondrous love; words by Estelle 
Merrymon Clark, music by George 
Colburn, of U. S. ; no. 1 in A flat, 
no. 2 in C. [876 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375766; Gamble hinged 
music co., Chicago. 

October days; idyl by A. W. Swallen, 

of U. S. ; piano. [877 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1916 ; E 376927 ; Arthur W. Swallen, 

Canton, O. 

O'er the trail to Frisco town ; words 
by R. R. Rice, music by Banks and 
Breazeale, of TJ. S. [878 

© July 21, 1915; 2 c. July 20, 
1915; E 365416; Russell R. Rice, 
Bentonville, Ark. 

Offenbach (Jacques) Barcarole; 
from Tales of Hoffmann by J. Offen- 
bach, arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, of 
U. S. 1. Full orch. (Progressive 
orch ed. no. 10) 2. Full mandolin 
orch. (Progressive mandolin orch. 
ed. no. 10) [879, 880 

© Nov. 10, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375665, 375670; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Barcolle from Tales of Hoffman; 

by J. Offenbach, arr. by J. J. Scull, 
of U. S. ; saxaphone quartette with 
piano ace. [881 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375593; J. E. Agnew, Des 
Moines, la. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Offertory prayer-song by school; by 

W. A. Post, of U. S. [882 

© Nov. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375771; Smith & Lamar, 

Nashville, Tenn. 

Oft-times ; reverie serenade by Harry 
J. Lincoln, of U. S. 1. Piano.— 2. 
Song ; words by Ida M. Vandersloot. 

[883, 884 
© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. each Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377080, 377081; Vandesloot 
music pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 



OH, COULD I TELL THE STORY; WOrdS 

and music by Geo. L. Washburn, of 
U. S. [885 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376757; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Oh, if Mother Volga; Russian song, 
words by Alexis K. Tolstoi, English 
version by Jane and Deems Taylor 
and K. S., music by S. W. Pant- 
chenko, arr. by Kurt Schindler, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. (Songs 
of the Russian people, no. 12855) 

[886 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 

1916; E 375574; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Oh, Mr, Moon-Man ; words and music 

by L. H. Morgan, of U. S. [887 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 

1916 ; E 376926 ; Lily Hayes Morgan, 

Cleveland. 

Oh my love is like the red, red 
rose. See Adam (J. A.) Three 
lyric gems. 

Oh, oh, oh ; she's breaking my 
heart; words by Chas. McCarron, 
music by Ed. Moebus, of U. S. [888 
© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376768; Broadway music corp, 
New York. 

Oh ! she's the kewpie-doll ; words by 
Louis Reed, music by Marion Wil- 
liams, of U. S. Los Angles, Wil- 
liams music shop. [889 
© Nov. 23, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 13, 
1915; E 375168; Marion Moncrieff, 
Los Angeles. 

Oh, to see the cabin smoke; words 

by P. J. O'Reilly, music by Harold 

Craxton. [890 

© Dec. 22, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 369309 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Oh you Tutts Johnson. See Bernard 
Hall blues. 

Ohio; words by John Martin, music 
arr. to the melody Baby mine, by F. 
E. Werner, of TJ. S. ; male quartet. 
4to. [891 

© Dec. 29 ; 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375488 ; Chart music pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Old Berlin; march, by Franz von 
Blon, arr. by M. L. Lake, of TJ. S. ; 
military band. 4to. (American star 
journal, no. 2049) [892 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375685; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. II 



Old Billy boy; inarch triumphal, by 
S. Edw. Chenette, of U. S. ; full 
baud. 4to. [893 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375267; Mace Gay. Brockton, 
Mass. 

Old boy neutral that's me, I love 
them all; song from musical pro- 
duction, Very good Eddie, words by 
Schuyler Greene, music by Jerome 
Kern, of U. S. [894 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376638; T. B. Harms & Francis. 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Old (The) eolks ; medley, music by 
W. G. Sheridan, of U. S., men's 
voices. Octavo series, no. 397. [895 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 e. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376693; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Old Glory ; words by Chas. J. Camp- 
bell, music by Kate McCurdy, of 
U. S. [896 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1916; E 376905; 
Kate E. McCurdy, Jackson, O. 

Old Glory selection; (on national 
American airs) by Julius S. Seredy, 
arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, of U. S. 1. 
Full orch. (Progressive orch. ed. 
no. 2) 2. Full mandolin orch. 
(Progressive mandolin orch. ed. no. 
2.) [897, 898 

© Nov. 12, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 3756S9, 375691 ; Carl Fischer, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Old leaf year; words by Rose Lewis, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [899 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375412; 
Rose Lewis, Bridgewater, Mass. 

Old (The) maid's waltz; waltz, words 
and music by B. Hansen, of U. S. 

[900 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377091; 
Bennett Hansen, Minneapolis. 

Old (The) pond where the water 
lillies grow ; words and music by 
A. H. Butler, of U. S. ; arr. by Leora 
H. Butler, of U. S. [901 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1916; E 376910; 
Alfred H. Butler, Elgin, 111. 

Old (An) song re-sung; words by 
John Masefield, music by Tom Dob- 
son, of U. S. ; high or medium voice. 

[902 
© Jan. 14, 1918 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375532 ; G. Schirmer. New York. 



O'Malley (Anthony Joseph) Thirty- 
four original compositions in manu- 
script ; by A. J. O'Malley, of U. S. ; 
solo violin, flute or piccolo. [903 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 375434; 
Anthony Joseph O'Malley, Rayn- 
ham Center, Mass. 

On a moonlight night in Dixie; 

words by J. C. McGee; music by 

J. E. Andino, of TJ. S. [904 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375408; 

Joseph C. McGee, Memphis. 

On the banks oe the Amazon ; 
words and music by Al. Trube, of 
U. S. [905 

© Dec. 9. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 
E 376780 ; Albert H. Trube, Brook- 
lyn. 

On the road to happiness ; words and 

music by H. Tobias, of U. S. [906 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 

E 375348 ; Harry Tobias, New York. 

On the shore at Le Lei Wi ; song 
from the musical production, Very 
good Eddie, words by Herbert Rey- 
nolds, music by Henry Kailimai and 
Jerome Kern, of U. S. [907 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376636; T. B. Harms, & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

On to victory; marche militaire, by 
Bjarne Rolseth, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Eight instructive pieces, 2 nd series, 
no. 2.) [908 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375322 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

On wings of dreams ; three-part song, 
words and music by Anton Arensky, 
English version by A. M. von Blom- 
berg, arr. by Victor Harris, of U. S. ; 
women's voices, with sop. obbligato. 
4to (Part songs, no. 12864.) [909 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375575 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Once in a purple twilight ; words by 
James A. Tucker, music by W. O. 
Forsyth, of Great Britain, op. 39, 
no. 1 ; medium voice in G. [910 

© Nov. 12, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375718; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Once more with you ; words and mu- 
sic by C. P. Seager, of U. S. [911 
© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1915; E 375174; Charles P. Seager, 
Whitehall. Mich. 



50 






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no. 1, 1916 



923 



Once over ; one-step, two-step, by 
Bertram D. Myers, of U. S. ; piano. 

[912 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375764; Usando music co., 
Upper Sandusky, O. 

One golden day; words by Grace 
Denio Litchfield, music by Fay 
Foster, of U. S. ; low voice. [913 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376887; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

One thing I know ; words by J. P. S., 

music by J. P. Schofield. [914 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12. 

1916; E 375468; Homer A. Rode- 

heaver, Chicago. 

Only a dream ; words by A. C. Binns, 
music by Edward Madden, of U. S. 
Los Angeles, C. R. Foster co. [915 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1910 ; 
E 375371; Addie Conlee Binns, 
Heppner, Or. 

Only a step to the grave; words by 
J. M. Humphrey, music by F. Lee 
Mumford, of U. S. [916 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376754; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Only the way oe the world ; words 
and music by Jack Frost, of U. S. 

[917 
© Dee. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376732; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

Onward, little soldiers ; words by 
Marie S. Smith, music by Hal dor 
Lillenas, of U. S. [918 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376602; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Open the gates of the temple ; mu- , 
sic by Mrs. Joseph F. Knapp, arr. 
by Everett J. Evans, of U. S. ; or- 
chestra. 4to. [919 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916 ; E 376923 ; Win. A. Pond & co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Organist, v. 19, no. 6, Jan., 1916. 
Dayton, O., New York [etc.] Lo- 
renz publishing co. 1916. cover- 
title, p. 67-98. obi. 8vo. [920 
© Dec. 8, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1916 ; A 418437 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 



Oriental march ; by J. Melnik, of Ger- 
many, op. 42; piano. [921 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 7, 1916; 
E 367785; B. F. Wood music co.. 
Boston. 

Our consecration ; words by H. J, 
Zelley, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
jr., of U. S. [922 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375451; Homer A. Rode* 
heaver, Chicago. 

Our evening prayer ; words by E. E, 
Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [923 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916^ 
E 375200; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Our martyr nurse; words and music 

by C. H. Perry, of Canada. [924 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 

E 369327; G. Herbert Perry, Mono 

ton, N. B. 

Our old flag waves as it did of yore; 
words and music by D. W. Brown- 
stein, of U. S. [925 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; E 375386 ; D- 
W. Brownstein, New York. 

Our paradise here and now ; words 
by Karl Fuhrmann, music by Neil 
Moret, of U. S. ; medium voice. [926 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376811; Chas. N. Daniels, 
San Francisco. 

Our soldier lads ; march song, words 
and music by B. Killikelly, of Great 
Britain, domiciled in Pittsburg, arr, 
arr. by Shad. J. Tinsley, of U. S. 

T927 

© 1 c. Dec. 30, 1915; E 376640; 
Bryan Killikelly, Pittsburg. 

Out in the cold; words by F. C, 

Gates, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [928 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376859; 

F. C. Gates, Reno, Nev. 

Out of his heart he builds a home; 
intro, in the play The Cinderella 
man; lyric by Edward Childs Car- 
penter, music by Victor Herbert, of 
U. S. [929 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916 ; E 375441 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



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930 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Out on the firing line ; words and 
music by Geo. L. Washburn, of U. S. 

[930 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376747; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

OVEE THE GARDEN WALL J WOrdS by E. 

Baughman, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [931 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375404; 
Edward Baughman, Newton, Pa. 

Over the river Charlie; words and 
music by Bobby Heath and R. 
Cowan, of U. S. [932 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 376952; Rubey Cowan mu- 
sic pub. co., New York. 

Over there; words by Ada Blenk- 

horn, music by Emma E. Meyer, of 

U. S. [933 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376663 ; Meyer & brother, Chicago. 

Paddy's outing; two step, an Irish 
outburst, by P. C. Holiday, arr. by 
J. Ord Hume, of Great Britain; 
band. 4to. (Boosey's brass & reed 
band journal, no. 563.) [934 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1916 ; E 369374 ; West & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Palisade (The) march; by Robert E. 
Huntington Terry, of U. S. ; piano. 

[935 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 375323 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

Panis angelicus; music by M. van 
Overeem, arr. by Eduardo Marzo, of 
U. S. ; duet and cho. of mixed voices, 
organ ace. 4to. (Catholic choir mu- 
sic, no. 12810) [936 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375808; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Papillonette. See Album leaves, 
no. 1. 

Paramount (The) orchestra folio; 
a collection of characteristic concert 
numbers [comp. by T. H. Rollinson] 
of U. S. ; full orch. and piano ace. 
Instrumental parts. 16 v. [937 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375583; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
compilation.] 



Pas de la tortue (The turtle's step) ; 
by Raoul Boischot, of France; or- 
chestre avec piano conducteur. 4to. 

[938 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 30, 

1915; E 369296; R. Boischot, Paris. 

Pasadena day; march by Marco Ves- 
sella, of U. S. ; piano. [939 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375734; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

arr. by P. Mondrome, of 

U. S. ; full orch. 4to. [940 

© Dec. 31. 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375701; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

military band. 4to. 

[941 
© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 385699; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Pass me not, O gentle Savior; song 
with variations on melody, by W. H. 
Doane, words by Fannie J. Crosby, 
music arr. by L. Weber, of U. S. ; 
piano. [942 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375590; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kans. 

Pastorale ; de Robberechts arr. par G. 
Nardon, of France, pour hautbois on 
violon et orchestre avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [943 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 367809; Costallat et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Peace triumphal; words by Samuel 
Piatt, music by G. Marschal-Loepke 
[pseud, of Grace Clough-Leighter], 
of U. S. ; low voice. [944 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376806; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Pearl (The) cross; words by Mary 
Winter Were, music by Charles Mar- 
shall, of Great Britain. [945 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916 ; 
E 367843; Boosey & co., London. 

Pearl (The) from the ocean of love; 
words by Ina Duley Ogdon, music by 
B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [946 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375211; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 



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no. 1, 1916 



964 



Pembeeton (Chaeles B.) Two songs 
for medium voice; music by C. E. 
Pemberton, of U. S. Contents: — 
Exultation; word by Goethe. — Re- 
member dear ; words by C. E. Pem- 
berton. [947 
© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1916 ; E 375826 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los 
Angeles. 

Pendoea ; by H. West, of U. S. ; violin. 

[948 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 375791; 
Harry West, Passaic, N. J. 

Penetentes (Los) (The penitents) ; 
musical setting for the photoplay, 
music selected and arr. by Joseph 
Carl Breil, of TJ. S. ; piano (Triangle 
plays, series P. 21.) [949 

© Dec. 10, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377033; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Pensacola town ; words by Lewis B. 

Goodwin, music by Adrien Lebonte, 

of U. S. [950 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376634; O. E. Story, Boston. 

Petee Rabbit hop; song from Peter 
Rabbit in Dreamland, extravaganza 
... in 2 acts, words by H. S. Tibbs, 
music by T. D. Ward, of U. S. [951 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375275 ; Ted. D. Ward, New York. 

Petite chanson ; par Albert Sammons, 

pour violon et piano. [952 

© Dec. 23, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 27, 

1915; E 367817; Edwin Ashdown, 

ltd., London. 

Petite (La) serenade; by Ralph 
Greenbaum, of U. S., op. 10, no. 2; 
piano. Boston, Evans music co. 

[953 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1916; E 375520; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Pic-nic gigtte; gigue anglaise dans le 
style populaire, par F. Salabert et 
Huguet-Tagell, of France et Spain; 
orchestre. 4to. [954 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 367811; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Picking wild flowebs ; waltz, by C. C. 
Crammond, of U. S. ; op. 40, no. 1; 
piano [955 

© an. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916: E 375510; W. > iGvans, Bos- 
ton. 



Pictuee (The) the woeld loves best; 
words by Beth Slater Whitson, 
music by Betty Bellin and W. L. 
Livernash, of U. S. Kansas City, 
Mo., Will L. Livernash music co. 

[956 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377075; Will L. Livernash, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Pieeeots (Les) de Paeis ; poesie de A. 
Gandrey, musique de Jacques Orly, 
of France; chant et piano. Paris, 
F. Durdilly, Ch. Hayet, succ'. [957 
© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915 ; E 369367 ; J. Orly, Paris. 

Pine tbee state; march, by R. B. 
Hall, of U. S. ; band. obi. 24mo. 

[958 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376702; Cundy-Bettoney co., Bos- 
ton. 

Playful kittens ; by Bjarne Rolseth, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Eight instructive 
pieces, 3nd series, no. 3.) [959 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375324 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

Please stay at home with me 
fathee; words and music by Louis 
W. Hagedon, of U. S. Indianapolis, 
Inch, Warner C. Williams & co. 

[960 
© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375824; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. 

Po' lil beack sheep ; (negro version of 
The ninety and nine.) words anon., 
music by Henry Barraclough, of 
England. [961 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376603; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Pocahontas ; waltz-mazurka, by M. J. 
Richardson, of U. S. ; piano. [962 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376633 ; Mary J. Richardson, Lees- 
burg, Tex. 

Poet and peasant ; overture by F. con 
Suppe, arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, of 
U. S. 1. Full orch. (Progressive 

- orch. ed. no. 35) 2. Full mandolin 
orch. (Progressive mandolin orch. 
ed. no. 15) [963,964 

© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375705, 375708; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



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965 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



POGRZEB KAZIMIERZA WIELKTEGO ; StOWa 

St. Wyspianskiego, muzyka B. Wal- 
lek-Walewski, of U. S. 4to. [965 
© Oct. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375374 ; B. J. Zalewski, Chicago. 

Polish organist (Organista Polski) ; 
by M. Surzyiiski, arr. by J. Pacz6ski, 
of Russia, domiciled at New York, 
obi. 4to. [966 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 7, 1915 ; 
E 376951; Julius Paczoski, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Polka ; by H. Engelmann, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Jolly moments, no. 2) 

[967 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375818; Hatch music co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Ponchinello ; by H. Scott-Baker, of 

England; piano. [968 

© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 

E 369384 ; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Pond lilies; danse moderne by Leo 
Oehmler, of U. S., op. 203; piano. 

[969 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916; 

E 375811 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Poor and needy; words by Ada R. 
Habershon, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [970 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376604; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Pop corn ball; words and music by 

Frank Lester and Geo. Hegan, of 

U. S. [971 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29 1915 ; 

E 377050; John Tubbs, New York. 

Port (The) of God knows where; 
lyric bv Leo Wood, music by Harry 
De Costa, of U. S. [972 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 376799; Chas. K. Harris. New 
York. 

Praise to the Lord; unison or two- 
part chorus, English version by 
Alice Mattullath, music from an old 
German Christmas choral, ed. by 
Ernst Schmidt, of Germany, domi- 
ciled at Boston ; children or mixed 
voices. 4to. [973 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375726; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 



Praise ye the name of the Lord; 
anthem by Clifford Demarest, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. (Octavo series, 
no. 1166.) [974 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375145; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Praising Him all the way ; words by 
James Rowe, music by Mrs. W. J. 
Graves, of U. S. [975 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376755; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Pray for the lights to go out ; words 
by Renton Tunnah, music by W. E. 
Skidmore, of U. S. Little Rock, 
Ark, Skidmore music co. [976 

© Jan. 24, 1916 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375783; Will E. Skidmore, 
Little Rock. 

Precious love; words and music by 

A. S. Hyman, of U. S. [977 

© 1 c. Nov. 29, 1915; E 377043; 

Mrs. Arthur S. Hyman, Minneapolis. 

Prelude no. i ; by Edward Schaaf, of 
U. S., op. 6, no. 1; G flat major; 
instrumental. 4 cards 8 inches by 
10 inches. [978 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377014; 
E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Preparedness ; words and music by 
C. E. Edwards, of U. S. ['979 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10. 
1916; E 375364; Clarence E. Ed- 
wards, Barlow, Ky. 

Pressing on; words and music by 

Haldor Lillenas, of U. S. [980 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 

E 376605; Charles M. Alexander, 

Philadelphia. 

Preyer (Carl A.) Three pieces for 
piano ; by O. A. Preyer, of XL S., op. 
55, no. 1-3. Contents: — Consolation. 
— The ballet dancer. — The combat. 

[981 
© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1916 ; 
E 375825; Colby & Pryibil, Los 
Angeles. 

Price (The) of power; musical set- 
ting for the photoplay, selected and 
arr. by J. A. Raynes, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Triangle plays series P. no. 
42.) [982 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377023; G Schirmer, New Yorh. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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no. 1. 1916 



1000 



Priere, pour le.s morts atj champ 
d'honneur ; paroles de Jean Ra- 
meau, musique de Jean Frederic 
Angely, of France. [983 

© Dec. IS. 1915 : 1 c. Dec. 30. 1915 ; 
E 3G9292; Francis Salabat, Paris. 
Prince (The) of Palermo; finale, 
ransic by Suppe, arr. by John Lund, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices and piano. 4to. 

[984 
© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375325 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 
Priory (The) chimes; raise, by Ed- 
ward S. Carter, of England ; piano. 

[985 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 

E 367792; Swan & co., Watson & 

Wileock, ltd, London. 

Prodigal's (The) return; words and 

music by J. W. Langston, of U. S. 



© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1915 ; 
E 375432; John William Langston, 
Chicago. 
Prohibition chimes, and wtlat's the 
news ; additional text nos. 76-83, 
by J. G. Dailey, of U. S. ; [new edi- 
tion.] [987 
© Dec. 12, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 291915 ; 
E 375288; James Gerold Dailey, 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on additional text.] 
Prohibition (The) wringer; words 
and music bv J. G. Dailey, of TJ. S. 

[988 
© Not. 20. 1915 : 2 c. Dec. 29. 1915 ; 
B 375289; James Gerald Dailey, 
Philadelphia. 
Promenade des fleurs (Procession of 
the flowers) ; by Victor Abelle. of 
Germany, op. 35 ; pianos. [989 

© Dec. 15. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 367783 ; B. F. Wood music co.. Bos- 
ton. 
Protheroe (Daniel) Two minia- 
tures; words by Margaret Ullmann, 
music by D. Protheroe, of U. S. ; 
voice and piano : Contents : — Gay 
little dandelion. — The snow birds. 

[990 
© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375292 ; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 
Punch and Jtjdy; polka by J. Frank 
Frysinger, of U. S., op. 139, no. 1; 
piano. (Toy shop sketches, no. 1) 

[991 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375820; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 



Pi:sh and go ; selection, by Herman 
Darewski, arr. by [Boosey & co.] of 
Great Britain; band. ( Boosey 's 
supplemental military journal, no. 
140.) [992 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 369377; Frances, Day & 
Hunter, London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

QUAND LA DORMEUSE S' EVEILLEBA J 

impromptu par Raoul Boischot, of 
France; orchestre avec piano con- 
ducteur. 4to. [993 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369294; R. Boischot, Paris. 

Qtjtet (A) lodge; Indian, by E. Ver- 
non Moore, of U. S. ; piano. (Totem 
poles, no. 6) [On cover: In a quiet 
lodge] [994 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375817; Hatch music co. t 
Philadelphia. 

Quit you like men ; words by Ada R. 
Habershon, music by Robert Hark- 
ness, of England. [995 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376606; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Ragtime Dan McGrew ; song, words 

and music by C. McBride, arr. by 

Bert Fiske, of U. S. [996 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 376795; 

Carl McBride, Brooklyn. 

Rag-time (A) wedding; words by A. 

Richardson, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [997 

© 1 c. Jan. 19 r 1916; E 375620; 

Allie Richardson, Eatontown, N. J. 

Ranks (The) of peace; words by 
Yants, music by Harry Stirling, of 
U. S. [998 

© Nov. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Nov. 30, 1915 ; 
E 375340 ; Mr. Yants. Central Point, 
Or. 

Red (The) circle; waltz by Abe 01- 
man, of U. S. ; piano. [999 

© Jan. 8, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916; 
E 376785; Jos. Morris co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Reflet (Le) ; paroles de A. Gandry, 
musique de Jacques Orly, of France ; 
chant et piano. Paris. F. Durdilly, 
Ch. Hayet succ'. [1000 

© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915; E 369366; J. Orly, Paris. 



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1001 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Refobm (The) candidate; musical 
setting to photoplay dramatization, 
selected and arr. by George W. 
Beynon, of U. S. ; piano. (Para- 
mount photoplay music, series P. 
136, B 22.) [1001 

© Dec. 23, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377037; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Regal rag ; by L. Coffee, of U. S., arr. 
by M. Paul Jones, of U. S. ; piano, 

[1002 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24. 
1916; E 375784; Lily Coffee, Hous- 
ton, Tex. 

Regiment (Le) etranger ; chanson 
marche, poesie de Ch. Grandmougin, 
musique de Jacques Orly, of France ; 
chant et piano. Paris, F. Durdilly, 
Ch. Hayet, succ'. [1003 

© Nov. 13, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 27, 
1915 ; E 369369 ; J. Orly, Paris. 

Regina coeli; music by M. A. Melvil, 
arr. by Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 
(Catholic choir music, no. 12825) 

[1004 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 375806; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Reiterlied ; by Otto Hackh, of U. S. ; 
piano. (Four pieces without oc- 
taves, no. 4.) [1005 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375326; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 

Rejoice, He lives again ; words by 
Jennie P. Ames, music by H. A. 
Henry, of U. S. [1006 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375483; Chas H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Remember; words by Christina Ros- 
setti, famous lyric set to music by 
Landon Ronald, of England; no. 3, 
in E minor. [1007 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 367858 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Remember dear. See Pemberton 
(Charles E.) Two songs for 
medium voices. 

Reminiscence; lyrics by Lena S. Hes- 
selberg, music Edouard Hesselberg, 
of U. S. [1008 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 13, 
1916; E 376867; Whaley, Royce & 
co., ltd., Toronto, Canada. 



Resignation ; words by A. A. Proctor, 
music by Robert Harkness, of Eng- 
land. [1009 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376607; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Response (The) ; words by Harriet 
Axtell Johnstone, music by Mary 
Helen Brown, of U. S. ; low voice. 

[1010 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375262 ; Huntzinger and Dilworth, 
New York. 

See also Handel (G. F.) 

Rest; words by John Alleyne, music 
by Maud Wingate, of England. 1. 
No. 1 in C. 2. No. 2 in E flat. 

[1011, 1012 

© Jan. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. each Jan. 22, 
1916; E 367852, 367853; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Resurrection; par Alfredo Capri, of 
France; piano. [1013 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 30, 
1915; E 369298; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Reynolds' (Will) minstrel songs, 
no. 2 ; words and music by W. Rey- 
nolds, of U. S. [1014 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1916; E 376876; 
Will Reynolds, New Haven, Conn. 

Rippling (The) brook; toccatina in 
D, by James R. Gillette, of U. S., 
organ. [1015 

© Jan. 7, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916; 
E 375359; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Rise, for the day is passing; words 
by A. R. Proctor, music by A. Bay- 
non. [1016 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369315 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Road (A) song; words by Mary 
Lowell, music by Franklin Riker, of 
U. S. [1017 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376802; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Rolling (The) year. See Adam (J. 
A.) Three lyric gems. 



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no. 1, 1916 



1037 



Romance; by J. Becker, arr. by A. H. 
Allendorff, of TJ. S. ; orchestra. Ideal 
edition, no. 223. 4to. [1018 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376708; Cundy-Bettoney co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

par Lio Pouget, of France, pour 

violin solo, harpe ou piano, harmo- 
nium et quintette a cordes. [1019 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 367812 ; Costallat et cie., Paris. 

Romances SxVns paroles. See Mendels- 
sohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Romantic days ; words by Jos. Hiller, 

music by Geo. Olcott and Jerome 

Neville, of U. S. [1020 

© 1 c. Jan. 20, 1916; E 376942; 

Hiller, Olcott & Neville, Pittsburg. 

Romantic songs; revised by H. L. 
Heartz, of U. S. 1. High voice. 2. 
Low voice. (Musicraft, nos. 8 
& 9.) [1021, 1022 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376631, 376632; White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston. [Copy- 
right is claimed on compilation.] 

Romanza; by Florence Parr Gere, of 

U. S.; piano. [1023 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 

1915; E 375327; Luckhardt & 

Belder, New York. 

Room for more; words by Fanny J. 
Crosby, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [1024 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375476; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Rosary blues ; by E. L. Bowman, of 

U. S. ; piano. [1025 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; E 375749; 

Euday L. Bowman, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Rose (A) memory; words by Geo. L. 
Vaughn, music by Elmer Keeton, of 
U. S. [1026 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375363 ; Shattinger piano & music 
co., St. Louis. 

Rose oe the morning; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Haydn 
Wood. [1027 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369316; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Rose op the world; words by O. M. 
Dennis, music by C. Linn Seiler, of 
U. S. ; low voice. [1028 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376803; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 



Rose (The) op yesterday; valse-idyll, 
intermezzo, by Henry Lehmann, of 
Great Britain; band. (Boosey's 
brass band journal, no. 562.) [1029 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 367795 ; Keith, Browse & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Rose (The) that . never fades; 
verses by Raymond A. Browne, mu- 
sic by W. C. Powell, of U. S. [1030 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375845; P. J. Howley mu- 
sic co., inc., New York. 

Rosemary. See Bridge (Frank) 
Three sketches, no. 2. 

Rosemary, that's for remembrance ; 
by Edward Elgar, arr. by Reginald 
Goss-Custard, of England ; organ. 

[1031 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 13, 
1916; E 367819; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 

Roses and butterflies; novelette by 
Antonio Celfo, of U. S. ; orchestra. 
Ideal edition, no. 223. [1032 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376707; Cundy-Bettoney co., 
Boston. 

Roses and dreams ; words by Harold 
J. Jarvis, music by Arthur Lloyd; 
piano. [1033 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1916 ; E 367790 ; Swan & co., Watson 
& Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Roses (The) know; words by Fred- 
erick H. Martens, music by Harriet 
Rusk, of U. S. [1034 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375642; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Rowley (Alec) Two fairy dances; 
by A. Rowley, of England, in Sona- 
tina form, op. 9, no. 2; piano. Con- 
tents : — Starlight dance. — Fairy min- 
uet. 4to. (New century edition, 
no. 17.) [1035 

© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369349 ; G. Schirmer, London. 

Royal American march ; by Fred W. 
Clement, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[1036 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376699 ; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines, 
la. 



Saxophone quartette with 

piano ace. [1037 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375592; J. E. Agnew, Des 
Moines, la. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Rubinstein (Anton Gkegoeovitch ) 
When I gave my heart to you ; words 
by E. Buck-Arnold, theme by Rubin- 
stein, arr. by Maurice Arnold, of 
U. S. ; voice and piano. [1038 | 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, ! 
1915; E 375337; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Rumpelstellskin ; operetta, words 
and music by A. S. Hyatt, of U. S. 

[1039 
© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916; E 375794; 
Annie Suzanne Hyatt, Chicago. 

Russian carol; eight-part song, from 
the opera Christmas night, words 
and music by Nicolas Rinisky-Korsa- 
koff, English version by Jane and 
Deems Taylor and K. S., music arr. 
by Kurt Schindler, of U. S..; mixed 
voices, with tenor solo. 4to. 
(Songs of the Russian people, no. 
12848) [1040 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375576; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Ruth's schottische ; by Ralph Green- 

baum, of U. S., op. 10, no. 4; piano. 

Boston, Evans music co. [1041 

i© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375518 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Sacked night, holy night; unison or 
two-part chorus, English words by 
Alice Mattullath, music by Franz 
Gruber, ed. by Ernst Schmidt, of 
Germany, domiciled at Boston ; chil- 
dren or mixed voices. 4to. [1042 
© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375729; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Sacked songs ; music by John Peter 
Grant, of U. S. Contents :— The 
garden of love ; words by Arthur K. 
Lord. — Thy will be done; words by 
Arthur K. Lord. — Love never fail- 
eth ; words from the Bible. [1043 
© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E 375840; Grant & Lord music co., 
Louisville. 

Sadie Love ; words and music by Earl 

Carroll, or U. S. [1044 

© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; 

E 375504 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Safety first ; words by Charles Wa- 
ters Robertson, set to air Baby mine, 
by H. J. Dunham, of U. S. [1045 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 24, 1915 ; 
E 376512; Kenfield-Davis pub. co., 
Chicago. 



Safety fiest — Continued. 

Same. [1046 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 3755S9; Kenfield-Davis pub. co., 

Chicago. 

Sail on to Ceylon ; lyric by Edward 
Madden, music by Herman Paley, of 
U. S. [1047 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jam 27, 1916 ; 
E 377088 ; Jerome H. Remick &' co., 
New York. 

Sailing back home ; words and music 
by A. M. Johnson, of U. S. (Mem- 
phis, Paul and Douglass co. ) 

[1048 
© Oct. 25, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; 
E 376834 ; Annie Mae Johnson, Ful- 
ton, Ky. 

St. Nicholas day ; Noel from the song 
cycle, Red-letter day, words by 
Helen Taylor, music by Easthope 
Martin, of England: 1. No. 2 in D. 
2. No. 3 in E flat [1049, 1050 

© Apr. 19, 1915 ; 1 c. each Jan. 24, 
1916; E 367859, 367860; Enoch & 
Sons, London. 

Salutation maech ; by Roland F. 

Seitz, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [1051 

© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1916 ; 

E 375832 ; R. F. Seitz, Glen Rock, Pa. 

Salute to the Sultan; marche or- 
ientale, by Carl Lawrence, of U. S. ; 
orchestra. 4to. [1052 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376700; J. E. Agnew, Des Moines, 
la. 

Same (The) stone which the build- 
ers refused; Easter anthem, by A. 
W. Lansing, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
(Octavo series, no. 1163.) [1053 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916; 
E 375144; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

San Antonio my dear old home; 
words by J. L. Newton, music by 
Torovski. of U. S. Washington, 
Klee & Morris co. [1054 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. ■ 26, 
1916; E 375S31; Jerry L. Newton, 
San Antonio. 

Sandman. See Brahms (Johannes) 

Santiaco; Spanish waltz by A. (Sor- 
bin, arr. by H. F. Odell, of U. S.; 
full mandolin orch. [1055 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375676; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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no. 1, 1916 



1073 



Satueday night; words by O. Dalsbo, 
musie by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1056 
© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375850; 
Oluf Dalsbo, Winnipeg, Man., Can- 
ada. 

Save, oh, save; words by Ada R. Ha- 
bershon, music by Geo. C. Stebbins. 
of U. S. [1057 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 376608 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Saved at last ; words by James Rowe, 
music by Haldor Lillenas, of U. S. 

[1058 
© Nov. 10, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916 ; E 375653 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Saved by His mercy ; words by Fanny 
J. Crosby, music by Wm. J. Kirk- 
patriek and Chas. H. Gabriel, of 
tJ. S. [1059 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375457; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Saved now and fobevee ; words by E. 
E. Hewitt, music by B. D. Aekley, of 
U. S. {1060 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375191; B. D. Aekley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Saved to serve others; words and 
music by N. S. Anderson, of U. S. 

[1061 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375549; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Saviour, my heart is Thine; words 
by W. A., music by Geo. C. Stebbins, 
of U. S. [1062 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 376609 ; Charles M. Alexan- 
der, Philadelphia. 

Saviour (The) of the faithful; 
words by Ralph Bunsen, music by 
Nellie Albright Weber, of U. S. 

[1063 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375558 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Schubert (Franz Peter) My Shep- 
herd Thou; words from Psalm 
XXIII, paraphrased by Frederick 
H. Martens, music by Fr. Schubert, 
arr. by Christopher O'Hare, of U. S. ; 
high voice. [1064 

© Jan. 11. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375435; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



Schumann (Robert Alexander) 3 
sonatines ; par R. Schumann, op. 
118, oeuvres completes pour piano, 
revision par Gabriel Faure, of 
France. Edition classique no. 9367. 

[1065 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 367810; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 
Seashell (The) and the wave ; lyrics 
hy Mary Geers, music by Edouard 
Hesselberg, of U. S. [1066 

© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; 
E 376868 ; Whaley, Royce & co., ltd., 
Toronto, Canada. 
Second humoreske, Spanish ; by 
Henry Charles Gerwig, of TJ. S., op. 
9, no. 2 ; piano. [1067 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376719; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 
Secret (The) (Das geheimnis) ; Eng- 
lish words by Ella Wheeler Wilcox, 
German text by E. Buck, music by 
M. Blazejewicz, of U. S., op. 16. 
(Songs and ballads, no. 15.) [1068 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375328 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

words by John Hall Wheelock, 

music by Philip James, of U. S. 

[1069 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12. 
1916; E 375439; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 
Secure in Christ; words by El Na- 
than, music by M. S. Meredith, of 
U. S. [1070 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1916; E 375827; M. S. Meredith, 
York, Pa. 
Seduccion (La) (Enchantment) ; tan- 
go argentine by Henri Clique, of 
U. S. ; piano. [1071 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375790; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 
Seeking the glory land ; words and 
music by W. J. Laney, of U. S. 

[1072 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376734 ; W. J. Laney, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 
Serenade; courtship of Victorian and 
Preciosa from Longfellow's Spanish 
student; by Henry Charles Gerwig. 
of U. S., op. 6, no. 1 ; piano. [1073 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376721; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 



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Serenade negre; by Francis Macmil- 
len, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 
(Original compositions and concert 
transcriptions, no. 1) [1074 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375739; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Serenata; poeme de Pierre d'Ainor, 
nmsique de Enrico Toselli, transcrite 
et arrangee par A. Cherubini, of 
France. 1. Chant et violon en Re" 
avec piano, no. 4. 2. Chant seul. 

[1075, 1076 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. each Jan. 

12, 1916; E 367804, 367805; Delrien 

feres, Nice, France. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Serenata (The) song, to the melody 

OF MOSZKOWSKIS SERENATA ; poeiH 

by Harry Allan, music arr. by Chas. 
H. Roth, of U. S. ; B fiat. [1077 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 18, 
1916; E 377046; Chas. H. Roth 
music co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on the piano arrangement.] 

Sergeant Daddy, V. C. ; words and 
music by J. P. Long, A. J. Mills and 
Bennett Scott, of England. [1078 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 10, 
1916 ; E 367797 ; Star music pub. co., 
ltd., London. 

Sextette from Lucia. See Donizetti 
(Gaetano) 

Shadow march; by Albert Wood, of 
U. S. ; piano. Boston, Evans music 
co. [1079 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375517; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Shamrock rag; by E. L. Bowman, of 

U. S. ; piano. [1080 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; E 37574S; 

Euday L. Bowman, Fort Worth, Tex. 

Share your blessings ; words by C. R. 
Piety, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, of 
U. S. [1081 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375461; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

She is a farmer's daughter; words 

by I. Paige, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1082 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377096; 

Iola Paige, Hamilton, N. Y. 

She is mine; words and music by O. 
Vikoren, of U. S. [10S3 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376997; 
Ole Vikoren, Arapahoe, Neb. 



She's a dear old lady; words and 
music by Arthur Ostler, of Canada. 

[1084 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369329; Thomas Anderson, Ham- 
ilton, Ont. 

She's good enough to be your baby's 
mother, and she's good enough to 
vote with you; lyric by Alfred 
Bryan, music by Herman Paley, of 
U. S. [1085 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377089; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

She's the belle of Tipper ary, and 

I love her too ; words and music by 

M. Denham, of U. S. [1086 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 375617; 

Marcus Denham, Russellville, Ark. 

She's waiting for you in Frisco 
town ; words by G. M. McLean, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1087 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376841; 
Jorclon M. McLean, Los Angeles. 

She's your girl and my girl; words 
and music by Bobby Heath and R. 
Cowan, of U. S. [1088 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916 ; E 375349 ; Rubey Cowan music 
pub. co., New York. 

She walked within the garden 
close; words by Jean O. Potter, 
music by Harvey B. Gaul, of U. S. ; 
low voice. [1089 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376884; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Shepherdess (The) ; words by Alice 
Meynell, music by Edward Hors- 
man, of U. S. ; high voice with piano 
ace. [1090 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 376941; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Shepherds (The) song; words by 
George Woodson Anderson, music by 
Nellie Albright Weber, of U. S. 

[1091 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375543; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Shine on, oh beautiful star ; Christ- 
mas cantata by Francis McKinnon 
Morton and W. A. Post, of U. S. 
8vo. [1092 

© Nov. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375768; Smith & Lamar, 
Nashville, Tenn. 



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Short operatic selections; compiled 
by [H. L. Heartz] of U. S. ; violin 
and piano 1st position. (MusiCraft, 
no. 7.) [1093 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 370630; White-Smith music pub. 
co.. Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on compilation.] 

Short skirts; fox trot, by H. Veo, of 
U. S.; piano. [1094 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916; E 375444; 
Harold Yeo. Philadelphia. 

Sierra lunar: mountain beauties. 
Spanish waltz, by A. Celfo, of U. S., 

orchestra with piano ace. 4to. 

[1095 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1916 ; 
E 376706: Cundy-Beltoney co., Bos- 
ton. 

Silent (The) lagoon; words and 
music by Bernard Hamblen, of 
Canada : high voice. [1096 

© Jan. 5. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 3677S2; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Silver (A) lining; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [1097 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5. 1916 ; 
E 375193; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Since I came home; words by W. C. 
Poole, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
jr., of U. S. [1098 

© Nov. 24. 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376611; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Since Jesus came to dwell w t ith me ; 
Words by Franklin Babb. music by 
D. B. Towner, of U. S. [1099. 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376612; Charles M. Alexander. 
Philadelphia. 

Sing a song for Jesus; words by 
James Rowe, music by A. T. Over- 
ton, of U. S. [1100 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376741; Alvis O. Thomas, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Sing of His greatness ; festival an- 
them, words by T. Amble Hart & 
L. V. Fish, music by A. Tiffany, of 
England; children's voices. 4to. 
Sacred composition series, no. 56.) 

[1101 
© Jan. 1, 1916; 1 c. Jan. S, 1916; 
E 369346; Albert Tiffany, Hudders- 
field. England. 



Slave (The) of Venice; (Lo scluano 
di Yenezia) ; military march by F. 
Cacciola, of Italy, domiciled at 
Philadelphia, piano. [1102 

© Jan. 4. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 6. 1916; 
E 375189; Frank Cacciola. Phila- 
delphia. 

Sleepyville; words by Dick Coburn, 
music by M. Meyer, of U. S. [1103 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376668; 
Max Meyer, San Francisco. 

Slidus trombone; a trombone comedy 

by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; full orch. 

4to. [1104 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 

E 375703; Carl Fischer, New York. 



military band. 4to. 



[1105 



© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375702; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Smile and sing; words by James 
Rowe, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [1106 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375239; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Smoke (A) song; words by James F. 
Boyd, music by C. P. Seager, of 
U. S. [1107 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 18, 
1915; E 375176; Charles P. Seager, 
Whitehall, Mich. 

S' more; fox trot by J. F. O'Connor, 

of U. S., orchestra. [1108 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 

1916; E 377000; J. Fred O'Connor, 

Boston. 

Snowdrop (A) ; words by J. J. Bell, 

music by Cecil Moon, of Great 

Britain ; no. 1 in C. [1109 

© Jan. 3. 1916 : 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 367831; Schott & co., London. 

Society rag ; by A. M. Gilford, jr., of 
U. S., a rr. by Leonard Gray, of 
U. S. ; piano. [1110 

© 1 c. Jan. 22. 1916; E 376985; 
Alfred Morse Gifford, jr., New Bed- 
ford, Mass. 

Some blessed day ; words by Edna 
Jacques, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [1111 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 : 
E 375238; B. D. Ackley. Philadel- 
phia. 



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pt. in, 11. s., v. 11 



Some blues, for you all ; a Southern 
rag one-step, by Theron C. Bennett, 
of U. S. ; piano. [1112 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 e. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 376786 ; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

Some day the shadows will all fade 
away ; lyric by Beth Slater Whitson, 
music by Jack Frost, of U. S. 

[1113 
© Dec. 31. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376726; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

Somebody cases for you; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [1114 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375197; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Somebody here needs Jesus ; words 
by E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of IT. S. [1115 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5. 1916 ; 
E 375224; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

.Somebody told me of Jesus; words 
by Lizzie De Armond, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [1116 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375206; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Something foe Jesus ; words by Mrs. 
C. D. Martin, music by T. S. Cobb, 
of U. S. [1117 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376763 ; Thos. S. Cobb, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Something to sing ; old and new mas- 
terpieces for the voice, comp. by 
W. J. Baltzell. Boston, Mass., O. 
Ditson company [1915] 3 p. 1., 97 p. 
• fol. [1118 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
31, 1915 ; A 420310 ; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Sometimes; words by Leslie L. Cooke, 
music by Percy Elliott, of England; 
in D, E fiat and G. [1119 

© Jan 14, 1916 ; 1 c. each Jan. IS. 
1916; E 367844; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Somewhere, I've been waiting just 

for you ; poem by E. Cavender, music 

by It. A. Browne, of U. S. [1120 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375369; 

Estelle Cavender. Washington. la. 



Somewhere in the dear old South- 
land; words by L. A. Carter, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1121 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; E 375401 ; L. 
A. Carter, Blenheim, S. C. 

Somewhere in the trenches ; words 
by A. Houston, music by Everett J. 
Evans, of U. S. [1122 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375388; 
Ariadne Houston, Beaumont, Tex. 

Sonate ; by A. C. Lentz, of U. S. ; op. 
7; fur violine und pianoforte. 

[1123 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376987; 
August Carl Lentz, Iron Ridge, Wis. 

Sonates. See Chopin (F. F. ) 

Song (The) and the star; words by 

Annie L. Williams, music bv C. P. 

Laird, of U. S. [1124 

© Dec. 21, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 23, 1915 ; 
E 375269; Capitola P. Laird, Birm- 
ingham, Ala. 

Song (The) of Christmastide ; words 
by R. E. N. and Isaac Watts, music 
by Roy E. Nolte, of U. S., and G. F. 
Handel. [1125 

© Nov. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375767; Smith & Lamar, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

Song of sunshine; words and music 
by Florence Turner-Maley, of U. S. ; 
voice and piano ace. [1126 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375265; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Song of the bells ; words and music 

by J. N. Whybark, of U. S. [1127 

© Dec. 22, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 

E 375182; Joseph Nevlin Whybark, 

Los Angeles. 

Song (The) of the cudgel (Dubin- 
ushka) ; Russian craftsmen's chan- 
tey, part song, refrain of an old 
Volga burlaki song, setting by M. 
Slonoff, English version by Jane and 
Deems Taylor and K. S., music arr. 
by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; men's 
voices with baritone solo. 4to. 
(Songs of the Russian people, no. 
12851) [1128 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375577; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. 1 



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1144 



Song of the gipsies ; part song, words 
and music by T. P. Seward, arr. by 
Clarence C. Robinson, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Part songs for 
mixed voices, n. s. no. 2, no. 12872.) 

[1129 
© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375579 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Song of the thistle delft ; words by 
R. C. Rose, music by Pay Poster, of 
U. S. ; low voice. [1130 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15, 1916 ; 
E 376886; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Songs of The Columbus school foe 
giels ; words and music by teachers 
and pupils of Columbus school for 
girls, of U. S. obi. 8vo. Columbus, 
O., 1915. Top-knot board. [1131 

© Sept. 9, 1915 ; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1915 ; 
E 375638 ; Columbus school for girls 
co., Columbus, O. 

Songs of the South ; selection by 
Julius S. Seredy, arr. by Seredy- 
Tocaben, of U. S. 1. Pull orch. 
(Progressive orch. ed. no. 19) 2. 
Full mandolin orch. (Progressive 
mandolin orch. ed. no. 19) 

[1132, 1133 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. each Jan. 
21, 1916; E 375684; 375710; Carl 
Fischer, New York. 

Sonnet from the Portuguese ; words 

by E. B. Browning, music by L. 

Eyre, of U. S. ; soprano. [1134 

© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1916; E 376912; 

Laurence Eyre, Philadelphia. 

Southeen (A) deeam (La palorna) ; 
Avords by Mary E. Dunavon, music 
by S. Yradier, arr. by W. Rhys-Her- 
bert, of U. S. ; two part chorus for 
female voices. (Octavo edition, no. 
4015, 4016) 1. Two part chorus for 
female voices. 2. Chorus for sop. 
alto and baritone. [1135, 1136 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. each Jan. 
5, 1916; E 375244, 375245; J. 
Fischer & bro., New York. [Copy- 
right is claimed on the arrange- 
ment.] 

Spanish dance; by E. Granados, 
transcription by Fritz Kreisler, of 
Austria-Hungary, domiciled at New 
York; violin and piano, [1137 

© Nov. 9, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375716; Carl Fischer. New York. 



Spanish maiden ; words by R. Lang- 
don, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1138 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376968; 
Ruth Langdon, Alexander, N. D. 

Spiewnik KogciELNY ; zawierajqcy 
msze i piesni na gzas wielkiego 
postu, na 2, 3 i 4 glosy i organ, 
zebra! i ulzyl J. A. Goralski, op. 9, 
przejrzany i potwierdzony w kolle- 
gium muzycznem przez profesora dra 
Falka. Chicago, 111., Drukiem 
Spolki wydawnictwa polskiego, 1914. 
168, [2] p. 8vo. [1139 

© Aug. 20, 1914; 2 c. Jan. 4, 
1915; aft. Jan. 28, 1915; A 391506; 
J. A. Goralski, Chicago. 

zawierajacy msze piesni i koledy 

na Boze narodzenie, na 2, 3 i 4 
glosy i organ, zebral i ulozyl J. A. 
Goralski, op. 10, przejrzany i pot- 
wierdzony w kollegium muzycznem 
przez profesora dra Falka. Chi- 
cago, 111., Drukiem Spolki wydaw- 
nictwa polskiego, 1915. 168, [3] p. 
8vo. [1140 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Nov. 13, 1915 ; 
aff. Nov. 29, 1915; A 416626; J. A. 
Goralski, Chicago. 

Spinnees (The) ; valse vive by Emile 
Foss Christiani, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1141 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377068; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Spinning song. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Spinning-top ; Russian folk-dance, 
traditional melody arr. by N. A. 
Rimsky-Korsakoff, English version 
by Jane and Deems Taylor and K. 
S., music ed. by Kurt Schindler, of 
U. S. ; part song for mixed voices. 
4to. (Songs of the Russian people, 
no. 12847) [1142 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375578; Oliver Ditson CO., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing] 

Spirit of peace ; march by H. O. Hen- 

nemann, of U. S. ; piano. [1143 

© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1915; E 375284; 

Henry O. Hennemann, Newark, N. J. 

Spirit of the wind ; galop by Wal- 
lace Johnson, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1144 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375821; Hatch music co.. 
Philadelphia. 



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Spirit of victory ; march by Fred Lus- 
comb, arr. by Mackie-Beyer, of U. 
S. ; military band. [1145 

i© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916; 
E 375153; J. W. Pepper & son, 
Philadelphia. 

Spray (A) arose to glory; unison or 
three part chorus, English words by 
Alice Mattullath, music by Michael 
Praetorius, after a melody of the 
16th century, ed. by Ernst Schmidt, 
of Germany, domiciled at Boston ; 
women's or children's voices. 4to. 

[1146 

© Dec. 2, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 

E 375725; Carl Fischer, New York. 

[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Spring night ; words by Bliss Car- 
men, music by C. B. Hawley, of 
U. S. ; low voice. [1147 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1915; E 375595; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Spring-time rag ; by Paul Pratt, of 

U. S. ; piano. [114S 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375526; Stark music co., St. 

Louis. 

Springfield peace song; words by R. 

Harris, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [1149 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375395; 

Rose Harris, Springfield, 111. 

Stand for the country, that stood 
for you ; Soldier march song, words 
and music by M. de Forest-Ander- 
son, of U. S. [1150 
© 1 c. Nov. 12, 1915; E 375433; 
Marguerite de Forest-Anderson, New 
York. 

Standard classics, v. 2 ; second grade, 
a it*, in easy form by G. Martaine, 
of U. S. ; piano or organ. [1151 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 375758 ; Academic music co., 
New York. 

Standard classics, v. 3 ; second grade, 
arr. in easy form by G. Martaine, 
of U. S. ; piano or organ. [1152 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916 ; E 375607 ; Academic music co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on compiling and arranging.] 

Standard dancing music; by J. Buo- 
nomo, of Italy, domiciled at Phila- 
delphia. Pa. ; first mandolin or violin. 

[1153 
© Dec. 21. 1915; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1915; E 376S71; James Buonomo, 
Philadelphia. 



Standard student's classic album ; 
48 pieces for the pianoforte, com- 
piled and arr. by Preston Ware 
Orem, of U. S. [1154 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375612; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
compiling and arranging] 

Starlight and lovelight ; song from 
the song-cycle, The philosopher and 
the lady, words by Helen Taylor, 
music by Easthope Martin; no. 2 
in F. [1155 

© Nov. 26, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E367S61 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Starlight dance. See Rowley (Alec) 

Two fairy dances. 
Stars (The) and Stripes; words by 

W. S. Crowe, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1156 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375393; 

TV. S. Crowe, Globe. Ariz. 

Stars of the summer night; four 
part song, words by Longfellow, 
music by Osmond Carr, of Great 
Britain ; female voices. 4to. [1157 
© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 369355; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 

Still waters ; words by Annie Ells- 
worth Caldwell, music by Andrew T. 
Bogart, in E flat. [1158 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 375330 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 

Stirrup (The) cup; poeni, by John 
Hay, music by A. Walter Kramer, 
of U. S., op. 39, no. 3; voice and 
piano ace. [1159 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375263; Huntzinger & Dil worth, 
New York. 

Stop look listen ! ; from Stop look 
listen; words and music by Irving 
Berlin, of U. S. [1160 

© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 14, 1916 ; 
E376863; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 
Stork elli provincial! ; musica di E. 
Bevilacqna, of Italy, melody onlv. 

[1161 

© Dec. 31. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 : 

E369330; Xatale Di Palma, New 

York. 

Street singer ; words by Joe Bill 

White, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [1162 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 37695S; 

A. S. Lawrence. Springfield, Mo. 



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1180 



Studies of mechanism ; by Carl 
Czerny, op. 849, edited and fingered 
by Thomas F. Dunhill, of Great 
Britain ; piano, continental fingering. 

[1163 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367825; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and fingering.] 

Submarine all- aboard ; words by A. F. 

Yogel, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [1164 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376839; 

Alfred F. Yogel, New York, N. Y. 

Such a little queen ; words and mu- 
sic by J. Poole, of U. S. [1165 
© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375407; 
Jesslyn Poole, Ames. la. 

Sueno de hadas (Fairies dream) ; by 
J. Garriga, of Porto Rico ; piano. 
San Juan, Puerto Rico, Jose Laza & 
ca. [1166 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375793; Juan Garriga, San 
Juan, Porto Rico. 

Suite miguonne ; 14th suite by York 
Bowen, of Great Britain, op. 39; 
piano. Berners edition, no. 15547. 

[1167 
© Dec. 17. 1915; 1 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 369334; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Suites franchises. See Bach (J. S.) 

Suktinis. See Lietuviskos dainos. 

Summer (A) day; sonatina by Alec 
Rowley, of England, op. 9, no. 1 ; 
piano. Contents : — Through the 
woodland. — A drowsy afternoon. — 
Gaily homeward. 4to. (New cen- 
tury edition, no. 18.) [1168 
© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369348 ; G. Schirmer, ltd., London. 

Summer is ended ; words by Ada R. 
Habershon, music by Henry Barra- 
clough, of England. [1169 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376613; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Summer showers are falling ; words 
by James A. Tucker, music by W. O. 
Forsyth, of Great Britain, op. 39, 
no. 2 ; medium voice in D. [1170 

© Nov. 12. 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375717; Carl Fischer. New 
York. 



Sun of my soul; words by John 
Kepler, music by N. S. Anderson, of 
U. S. [1171 

© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375548; Nellie Sharpe 
Anderson, Bellefontaine, O. 

Sundown (The) sea; lullaby, trio, 
words by Robert E. Goodrich, music 
by Edward M. Steckel, of U. S. ; 
female voices. 4to. [1172 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 375651; Chappell & co., 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Sunlight on the mountains ; words 
by Birdie Bell, music by Wm. J. 
Kirkpatrick and Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [1173 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375460; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Sunset in Arcady; by Eva Bartlett 
Macey, of U. S., arr. by C. C. Cram- 
mond, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 
Boston, Evans music co. [1174 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376979; W. A. Evans, 
Boston. 

Sunset in Eden ; waltz by John T. 

Hall, of U. S., piano. [1175 

© Oct. 4, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 375165; Walter Jacobs, Boston, 

Mass. 

Sunshine; overture by E. E. Bagley. 
of U. S. 4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. 

[1176, 1177 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376703, 376709; Cundy- 
Bettoney co., Boston. 

Sunshine in the heart ; words and 
music by A. A. Hobby, of U. S. 

[1178 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 

E 375252 ; Arthur A. Hobby, Boston. 

Sunshine (The) land; words by 
W. C. Poole, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [1179 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375236; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Sunshine (The) of your smile; song 
by Lilian Ray, arr. by J. Ord Hume, 
of Great Britain; cornet solo with 
band ace. 4to. (Boosey's brass & 
reed band journal, no. 561.) [1180 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369301; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



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Sunshine (The) song; words by Lida 
Shivers Leech, music by B. D. Ack- 
ley, of U. S. [1181 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916; 
E 375226; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Sweet briar waltz; by Bjarne Rol- 
seth, of U. S. ; piano. (Eight in- 
structive pieces, 2nd series, no. 1.) 

[1182 
© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375331 ; Luckhardt & Belder, New 
York. 

Sweet brown maid of Kaimuki ; 
words by Kealohapomaikai, music 
by Henry Kailimai, of tJ. S. [1183 
© Jan. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1916 ; 
E 376911 ; Sherman, Clay & co., San 
Francisco. 

Sweet cider time when you were 
mine; words by Joe McCarthy, mu- 
sic by Percy Wenrich, of U. S. 4to. 

[1184 
© 1 c. Jan. 26, 1916; E 375834; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Sweet Columbine; words and melody 
by F. M. Tessier, of U. S., music re- 
arranged bv J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1185 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375619; 

Fabiola M. Tessier, Salamanca, N. Y. 

Sweet dreams of you ; poem by F. L. 

Smith, music by R. A. Browne, of 

U. S. [1186 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375368; 

Frances L. Smith, Machias, N. Y. 

Sweet Lei Lehua ; by King Kalakaua, 
arr. by C. S. De Lano, of U. S. ; 
piano ace. 4to. [1187 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 376821; Charles S. De Lano, Los 
Angeles. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Sweet night bird ; words by Catherine 
A. Flynn, music by Walter E. von 
Kalinowski, of U. S., op. 3, no. 2; 
voice and piano. [118S 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 375332 ; Luckhnrdt & Belder. New 
York. 

Sweet simplicity ; words and music 

bv Frederick Augustus Packer, of 

England. [1189 

© 1 c. Oct. 27, 1915; D 19648; 

Clarice Searle, Oakland, Cal. 



Sweeter as the years go drifting by ; 
a revival chorus, no. 7, words and 
music, by J. E. Thomas, of U. S. 

[1190 
© Nov. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E376644 ; J. E. Thomas, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 

Sweetest (The) love of all; words 
by D. R. van Sickle, music by Chas. 
H. Gabriel, of U. S. [1191 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 375179; A. J. Showalter co., Dal- 
ton, Ga. 

Sweethearts once more; words by 

Edgar Schmidt, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [1192 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375852; 

Edgar Schmidt, Columbus. O. 

Swing song (L'escarpolette) ; by Ethel 
Barns, arr. by H. F. Odell, of U. S. ; 
full mandolin orch. [1193 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375687; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Sylvia; chanson, words by Nicolas 
Boileau, English tr. by Lillian F. 
Morris, music by Hugo Brandt, of 
U. S.; low voice in A. [1194 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21. 
1916; E 375735; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Syncopated fox trot ; by E. S. Teall, 

of U. S. ; piano. [1195 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 27, 

1915; E 375347; Joseph W. Sturte- 

vant, New York. 

Take me out in a Ford; words and 
music by F. E. Dilks, of U. S. [1196 
© 1 c. Jan. 7, 1916; E 375270; 
Franklin Everett Dilks, Philadel- 
phia. 

Take your troubles to Minerva; Mi- 
nerva of the Daily star, words and 
music by Cy Kale, of U. S. Lincoln, 
Neb., Kale, Venter & Dietze. [1197 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375774; Dearing, Venter & 
Dietze, Lincoln, Neb. 

Tante, my wonderful musical girl ; 
words by R. L. Bogart, music by R. 
Braine, of U. S. [119S 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377130; 
Robert Braine and Robt. Lee Bo- 
gart, New York. 



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Tantttm eego; anthem by Albert C. 
WabJe, of U. S. ; sop. or tenor solo 
and quartette. [1199 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 30. 
1915; E 375295; P. J. Lammers, 
Baltimore. 
— — music by Antonino Mauro, of 
Italy, domiciled at Bronx, N. Y. ; 
two voices, organ ace. 4to. (Cath- 
olic choir music, no. 12807.) [1200 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375805: Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 
Tapee (The) song; words traditional, 
music by J. L. Erb, of U. S. [1201 
© 1 c. Dec. 10, 1915 ; E 375290 : J. 
Lawrence Erb, Urbana, 111. 
Te Deum in C; text from the Bible, 
music by C. A. Hicks, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices and organ. 4to. 

[1202 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1915; E 375333; Luckhardt & 
B elder, New York. 
Te Deum lattdamtjs; chant form, arr. 
by F. G. Albert, of U. S. ; in B flat. 
4to. (Choir music, no. 13). [1203 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377084; Robin Ellis, New 
York. 
Teach me how to love; from Stop 
look listen : words and music bv 
Irving Berlin, of U. S. [1204 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916 ; E 376861 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 
Tell it to-day; words and music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, jr., of U. S. 

[1205 
© Jan. 10, 1918; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375453: Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 
Tell me, will my deeams come teue ; 
words by A. R. Simpson, music by 
Ben Anslow, of U. S. [1206 

© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916; E 375428; 
Allan R. Simpson, Canton, O. 
Tell me you'll be mine while the 
blue-bieds sing; words by M. Dye, 
music by J. E. Andino. of U. S. 

[1207 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377095; 
Monroe Dye, Central Lake, Mich. 
Tell, O tell me; by S. Coleridge-Tay- 
lor, arr. by Paul Ambrose, of U. S. ; 
male voices. (Octavo series, men's 
voices, no. 399) [1208 

© Jan. 21. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375795; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Tell some one : words and music by 

A. O. Thomas, of U. S. [1209 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376744; Alvis O. Thomas, Fort 

Worth, Tex. 

Tell somebody ; words by Lizzie De 
Armond, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [1210* 

© Dec. 15. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375235; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Tempest (The) ; descriptive fantasia 
by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1211 
© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375720; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Ten light ovebtuees foe oechestea in 
easy and medium geades ; [comp. by 
T. H. Rollinson] of U. S. ; full orch. 
and piano ace. Instrumental parts. 
16 v. [1212 

© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916; 
E 375582 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on compila- 
tion] 

That funny feelings — tickling sen- 
sation ; words and music by H. St. 
John, of U. S. [1213 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376963; 
Henry St. John, Crompton, R. I. 

That last hour with you ; words and 
music by D. D. Deene, of U. S. [1214 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375650; 
Dorothy Duane Deene, Chicago. 

That's how I miss you dear; lyric 
by O. Kellar, music by W. L. Tich- 
enor, of U. S. [1215 

© 1 c. Jan. 3. 1916; E 376695; 
Orris Kellar & W. L. Tichenor, 
Woodstock. Ore. 

That's the meaning of Uncle Sam ; 
words bv Frank Dairs, music by 
Win. Brookhouse, of U. S. [1216 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. ll r 
1916; E 376816; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

That's the time to send foe me ; 
verses bv Ravmond A. Browne, mu- 
sic by W. C. Powell, of U. S. [121T 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28V 
1916 ; E 375847 ; P. J. Howley music 
co., inc., New York. 

That's what He did foe me ; words 
anon., music bv Nellie Albright 
Weber, of U. S. ' [1218 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375550; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 



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That's why I think of you; words 

by Wm. H. Brown, music bv Carl 

Muehling, of U. S. [1219 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376710; 

Wm. H. Brown, Presidio, Cal. 

That Tech rag ; word by J. Grant 
Lee, music by Wm. H. Harmony. 

[1220 
© Jan. 1. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376713 ; Harmony music co., Wor- 
cester, Mass. 

That wonderful night in the Thou- 
sand Isles. See I can't forget The 
Thousand Isles and you. 

Theodore's message to the molly- 
coddles ; lyrics bv O. Keller, music 
by W. L. Tichenor, of U. S. [1221 
© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376696; 
Orris Kellar & W. L. Tichenor, 
Woodstock, Ore. 

There is no one so kind and tender ; 
words bv Laverne Grey, music by 
Haldol* Lillenas, of U. S. [1222 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376614; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

There's a girl in Havana far away 
from the boy she loves ; words and 
music by J. Wollenberg, of U. S. 

[1223 
© 1 c. Dec. 23, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 5, 
1916; E 376772; Jack Wollenberg, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

There's a little corner in my 
heart for you; words by M. Knud- 
sen, music by J. E. Andino. of U. S. 

[1224 
© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376843; 
Maude Knudsen, Waterloo, Iowa. 

There's a little home 'way down in 

Dixie ; words by H. O. Neher, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1225 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376965; 

II. O. Neher, Port Ewen, N. Y. 

There's a Quaker down in Quaker 
town ; words by David Berg, music 
by Alfred Solman, of U. S. [1226 
© Jan. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15,1916 ; 
E 376892; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

There's a rosy show in Derby ; 
words by Agnes I. Hanrahan, music 
bv Carl Hahn, of U. S. ; low voice. 

[1227 
© Jan. 14. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 15. 1916 : 
E 376883; Huntzinger & Dil worth, 
New York. 



There's a song in my heart : words 
by Lizzie De Armond, music by 
Katherine Howe, pseud, for B. D. 
Ackely, of U. S. [1228 

© Dec. 15. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375210; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

There's ever a song somewhere : 
poem by James Whitcomb Riley, 
music by Ward-Stephens, of U. S. ; 
no. 3 in E flat. [1229 

© Dec. 31, 1915 : 2 c. Jan. 17.1916 : 
E 375652; Chappell & co., ltd, Lon- 
don. 

There's no girl like the old girl at 
home; words and music by Thos. 
S. Allen, of U. S. [1230 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 18. 
1916; E 375585; Daly music pub- 
lisher, inc., Boston. 

There's room for two in our canoe; 

Words by W. H. Patchin, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1231 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; E 376857 ; W. 

H. Patchin, Bellingham, Wash. 

There was a jolly miller once : 
song, music by Leo. Ornstein, of 
Russia, domiciled at New York ; me- 
dium voice in D minor. [1232 
© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375738; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Thinker (The) ; words by Berton 
Braley, music by C. Hugo Grimm, of 
U. S. ; male voices. 4to. (Choruses 
and glees for men's voices, secular, 
no. 2517.) [1233 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375597; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Tliis is my duty to Him : words by 
Ernest L. Thompson, music by D. B. 
Towner, of U. S. [1234 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376615; Charles M. Alexander. 
Philadelphia. 

Though you're old, I love you ; 

words and music by W. Jones, of 

U. S. [1235 

© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1916; E 376898; 

William Jones, Edwardsville, Pa. 



Three little boys 
Arundale (Claude) 
morous songs. 



I knew. See 
Five short hu- 



THROUGH TIIK WOODLAND. 

mer (A) day. no. 1. 



Sd Sun 



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1252 



Through the woods (Ini walde) ; 
words by Emanuel Geibel, English 
translation by Lillian F. Morns, 
music by Hugo Brandt, of U. S. ; 
medium voice in F. [1236 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375721; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Thus wisdom sings ; words from the 
Chinese of Chang-Chih-Hq (A. D. 
750), music by Edward Horsman, of 
U. S. ; high voice with piano ace. 

[1237 
© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 37693S; G. Schirmer. New 
York. 

Thy will be done. See Sacred songs. 

Till I found the path that led to 
thee; lyric by Robert Lee Byrne, 
music by Joseph Bernella. [1238 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375268; Zoe Regina Byrne, St. 
Louis. 

Tina; valse. music by Paul A. Rubens 
and Haydn Wood, arr. by H. M. 
Higgs, of Great Britain; orchestra. 
4to. (Chappell's . . . Journal, no. 
740.) [1239 

© Dec. 29. 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3. 1916 ; 
E 369317; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Tiny (A) soldier; words by James 
Rowe. music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [1240 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375195; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Tipperary blues ; by E. L. Bowman. 

of U. S. ; piano. [1241 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21. 1916 ; 

E 375747; Euday L. Bowman, Fort 

Worth, Tex. 

To Augusta E. Stetson, C. S. D. ; 
words by Alice Morgan Harrison, 
music by B. Merz, of U. S. [1242 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14. 
1916; E 375498; Bessie Merz. New 
York. 

To my home way up in Maine ; lyrics 

by Dick Coburn, melody by M. 

Meyer, of U. S. [1243 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376666; 

Max Meyer, San Francisco. 

To show that I was true; words by 
Frederick H. Martens, music by 
William Lester, of U. S. (Four love 
vignettes, no. 4.) [1244 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376879; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth. New York. 



TO THE HARBOR OF THE ISLAND OF LOVE *, 

secular song, lyric by Ernest H. 
Kelley. music by W. J. Bedford, of 
U. S. [1245 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375421; William J. Redford. 
Chicago. 

TO THE WATER NYMPHS J WOl'dS by 

Robert Herrick, music by Bainbridge 
Crist, of L T . S. ; medium voice in E. 

[1246 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 21. 
1916; E 375733: Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

To victory we go ; words by C. N. P. ; 
music bv Nellie Place Chandler, of 
U. S. [1247 

© Jan. 10. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375478; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

Toccatina. See Hayes (Esther), 
Three little pieces, no. 1. 

To-day (Carpe diem) ; words from A 
masque of poets, no. name series, 
music bv C. W. Murphey. of U. S. 

[1248 
© Jan. 18. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 26, 1916 ; 
E 375833; Clarence Wainwright 
Murphey, Salisbury, N. C. 

Tongues (The) of men; musical set- 
ting to photoplay dramatization, se- 
lected and arr. by George W. Bey- 
non, of U. S. ; piano score. (Para- 
mount photoplav music P. 126 m. 9. ) 

[1249 
© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377025; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Top liner rag ; by Joseph F. Lamb, of 

U. S.; piano. [1250 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375527 ; Stark music co., St. Louis. 

Torch light parade ; schottische, by 

C. C. Crammond, of U. S. : op. 39 

piano. [1251 

© Jan. 11, 1916 : 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 

E 375512 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Toy (A) in the land of dreams; song 
from Peter Rabbit in dreamland, ex- 
travaganza ... in 2 acts, words by 
H. S. Tibbs. music by T. D. Ward, 
of U. S. [1252 

© Dec. 23. 1915 : 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 : 
E 375276: Ted D. Ward. New York. 



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Traveling on with Jesus; words by 
William W. Rock, music by Robert 
Harkness, of England. [1253 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376616; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Tkibute (The) of daisies; words by 

T. L. Powers, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1254 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375414; 

Thomas L. Powers, Roxbury, Mass. 

Trip (A) to Syria; oriental idyl by 
A. Maloof, of U. S. ; piano. [1255 
© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 375839 ; Alexander Maloof, Brook- 
lyn. 

Triumph (The) of the cross; a len- 
ten cantata ; words selected and 
adapted from the Scriptures and mu- 
sic by H. Alexander Matthews, of 
U. S. ; sop., ten. and bar. solos with 
chorus of mixed voices and ace. for 
organ. 4to. [1256 

© Dec. 28, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376673 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Trovatoke. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Trumpeter (The) ; song, music by J. 
Airlie Dix, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of 
Great Britain; cornet solo with 
band ace. 4to. (Boosey's brass & 
reed band journal, no. 563.) [1257 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 369275; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Trust me with your heart again ; 

words by J. O. Goodrich, music by 

J. E. Andino. of U. S. [1258 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375398; 

John O. Goodrich, Brooklyn. 

Trusting him all the way; words 
by Maud E. Bright, music by N. S. 
Anderson, of U. S. [1259 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375537 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

TSCHAIKOWSKY (PETER ILJITCH) 

Chorus and dance of the reapers ; no 
more haste to my feet, from Eugene 
Onegin, English version by Frederick 
H. Martens, of U. S., music by P. 
Tschaikowsky. 4to. (Quartets and 
choruses for mixed voices, secular, 
no. 2518) [1260 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375596; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on Eng- 
lish text.] 



Tschaikowsky (Peter Iljitch) — Ctd. 

Nightingale (The) ; part song, 

words and music by Peter Iljitch 
Tchaikowsky, English version by 
Jane and Deems Taylor and K. S., 
ed. by Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Songs of the 
Russian people, no. 12849) [1261 

© Dec. 29, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375573; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Turn your eyes to Calvary ; words by 
Johnson Oatman, jr., music by Wm. 
J. Kirkpatrick, of U. S. [1262 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375465; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

'Twas Easter Christ arose ; .words by 
Charlotte G. Haner, music by C. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. [1263 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375487; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 

'Twas grace that made me an heir; 
words by J. M. Humphrey, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [1264 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376749; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Twilight dreams ; words and music 
by Bertram D. Myers, of U. S. 

[1265 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375765; Usando music co., 
Upper Sandusky, O. 

Twilight dreams, are dreams of you; 
words and music by Solomon and 
Baum, of U. S. [1266 

© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375643; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Twilight hour ; words by Francis J. 
Saunders, music by Charles Huerter, 
of U. S. ; in F. [1267 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375615; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Twilight thoughts ; waltz music by 
E. De Soto, revised and arr. by 
Myrtle Chase, of U. S. ; piano. [1268 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376716; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 



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1285 



TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME ; SOng from 

the musical play, Sybil, words by 
Harry B. Smith, music by Victor 
Jacobi, of Hungary. [1269 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11. 
1916 ; E 369354 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Two (The) eats. See Arundale 
(Claude). Five short humorous 
songs. 

Uncle Sam's deeam ; lyrics by Thomas 

Hoier, music by J. L. Morgan, of 

U. S. [1270 

© 1 c. Oct. 7, 1915; E 376906; 

James Lewellyn Morgan, Chicago. 

Undee the oeange blossoms ; valse by 
H. Engelmann, arr. by Albert Franz, 
of U. S. ; piano, four hands. ( In 
fragrant bower, no. 2.) [1271 

© Jan. 17, 1816; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375611; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

U. S. National gtjaed; march by G. 

Swinbank, of U. S. ; piano. [1272 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10. 

1916; E 375351; Gene Swinbank, 

Warren, 111. 

Unspoken (The) message; author of 
words unknown, music by N. S. 
Anderson, of U. S. [1273 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375556; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Vadeb lief keeeg moedee lief. See 
Hofmann (Josef) Four old Dutch 
songs, no. 3. 

Valentine (A) ; words by Frank 
Dempster Sherman, music by Hal- 
lett Gilberts, of U. S. ; low voice. 

[1274 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376808; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Valse aeabesque; by Charles Wake- 
field Cadman, of U. S. ; piano. [1275 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916 ; E 375616 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

by Mentor Crosse, of U. S., op. 

23, no. 6; piano. (Eight numbers 
for the pianoforte, no. 6) [1276 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375603; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Valse capbicteuse. See Bridge 
(Frank) Three sketches. 



Valse des poupees (Waltz of the 
dolls); by Otto Hackh, of U. S.; 
piano. (Four pieces without oc 
taves, no. 1.) [127 r < 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29. 
1915; E 375334; Luckhardt & 
Belder, New York. 

Valse divine ; compiled and arr. by 
George Rosey, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[1278 
© Dec. 10, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 375528; George M. Rosen- 
berg, New York. 

Valse Louise; by Pierre Reynard, of 
Canada ; piano. [1279 

© Dec. 31. 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369290; Chas. Wellinger, Hamil- 
ton, Canada. 

Valse magique ; by Stanley Grant, of 

Great Britain ; piano. [1280 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 369326; Charles Sheard & co.. 

London. 

Valsette. See Album leaves, no. 2. 

Veil dance ; by Henry Gibson, of 

Great Britain; small orch. [1281 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 16, 

1915; E 367780; Goodwin & Tabb, 

ltd., London. 

Venetian gondola song. See Men- 
delssohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Venezuelan (A) gueeilla song; 
words by Edward H. Bierstadt, mu- 
sic by C. Linn Seiler. of U. S. ; No. 
1 in B flat. [1282 

© Jan. 5. 1916 : 2 c. Jan. 8, 1916 ; 
E 375356; Boosey & co., New York. 

Vera Ceuz ; Mexican serenade, tango, 
maxixe, one step, by Chas. E. Allen, 
arr. by Oscar Frederickson, of U. S. ; 
orch. 4to. [1283 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376681; Virginia pub. co., To- 
ledo, O. 

Veedi (Giuseppe) Trovatore (II) ; se- 
lection by G. Verdi, arr. by Seredy- 
Tocaben, of U. S. 1. Full mandolin 
orch. (Progressive mandolin orch. 
ed. no. 14.) 2. Full orch. (Pro- 
gressive orch ed. no. 14.) [1284, 1285 
© Dec. 31. 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375664, 375693; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 



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Verdi ( Giuseppe ) — Continued. 

Wake, O wake ; song from Atilla, 

by G. Verdi, edited and arr. by 
Frederic H. Ripley and H. L. Heartz 
of U. S. ; sop. 1, 2 and alto, tenor 
and bass ad. lib. (The Stanhope 
edition, no. 206.) [1286 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375357; White Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Victorian (The) march; by F. D. 
Bloomfield, of U. S. ; piano with text. 

[1287 

© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 6, 1916 ; 

E 376779; National paean music co., 

Buffalo. [Copyright is claimed on 

added words.] 

Victorious ; militaire march by Joseph 
B. Di Janni, of U. S., op. 25. ; piano. 

[1288 
© Dec. 12, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 29, 1915 ; 
E 377047 ; John Tubbs, New York. 

Victorious legions march ; by Julius 
S. Seredy, arr. by Seredy-Tocaben, 
of U. S. 1. Full mandolin orch. 
(Progressive mandolin orch. ed. no. 
9.) 2. Full orch. (Progressive orch. 
ed. no. 9.) [1289,1290 

© Nov. 12, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375671, 375673; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Victors (The) ; part song, words by 
Charles Hanson Towne, music by 
Philip James, of U. S. ; men's voices. 
4to. (Part-songs for men's voices, 
no. 12898.) [1291 

© Jan. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375803 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Victory (The) ; words and music by 

J. H. Darlington, of U. S. [1292 

© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 

E 377059; James Henry Darlington, 

Harrisburg, Pa. 

Victory will be ours ; words by 
James Rowe, music by A. O. Thomas, 
of U. S. [1293 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376745; Alvis O. Thomas, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Vie (La) ; poem by Paul Verlaine, 
English version by Th. Baker, music 
by Edward Horsman. of U. S. ; high 
voice with piano ace. [1294 

© Jan. 18. 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20. 1916 ; 
E 376940; G. Schirmer, New York. 



Vielliebchen ; gavotte by E. de 
Meglio, of Austria, domiciled in Ok- 
lahoma, op. 42 ; piano. [1295 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375431; Edwardo De Meglio, Ok- 
lahoma, Okla. 

Vienna girls ; from Katinka, lyrics 

by Otto Hauerbach, music by Rudolf 

Friml, of U. S. [1296 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 376677 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Violet lane ; words by H.' R. Kuehner, 
music by C. L. Bowen, of U. S. 

[1297 
© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375786; Triangle pub. co., 
Camden, N. J. 

Violin (The) song, play to me; from 
Tina, music by Paul A. Rubens, arr. 
by I. A. de Orellana, of Great Brit- 
tain ; orchestra. 4to. (Chappell's 
orchestral journal, no. 739.) [1298 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369340 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Vision (A) (C'est toi) ; English poems 
by Frederick H. Martens, French 
text and music by Florence Turner- 
Maley, of U. S. [1299 

© Jan. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375258; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Voice (The) ; words by Louise Mor- 
gan Sill, music by Claude Warford, 
of U. S. [1300 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375335; Luckhardt & Bel- 
der, New York. 

Voice (The) in the night; words by 
Thomas Tiplady, music by Fred W. 
Peace, of England. (Anniversary 
hymns, no. 79.) [1301 

© Dec. 24, 1915; 1 c .Jan. 11, 
1916 ; E 369358 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Voice (The) in the wilderness; 
sacred song, text from Isaiah, music 
by John Prindle Scott, of U. S. ; A 
flat. [1302 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 376S81; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Voices (The) of Spring; words by 
Jennie Ree, music by C. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [1303 

© Jan. 10. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
191(3; E 375486; Clms. H. Gabriel. 
Chicago. 



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Volunteer choir, v. 3, no. 4. Jan., 
1916. Dayton., O., New York [etc.] 
Lorenz publishing company, 1915. p. 
[19] -63. 4to. [1304 

© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c and aff. Jan. 
13, 1916 ; A 418435 ; Lorenz pub. co.. 
Dayton, O. 

v. 3, no. 5, Feb., 1916. Dayton, 

O., New York [etc.] Lorenz publish- 
ing coniDany, 1916. p. [65] -79. 4to. 

[1305 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
13, 1916 ; A 418436 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Voyage (The) ( Wasserf ahrt ) ; words 
by Heinrich Heine, music by C. 
Krause, of U. S. ; medium voice. 

[1306 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375754; Carl Krause, Al- 
bany. 

Wagner (Richard) Bridal chorus: 
from Lohengrin by R. Wagner, arr. 
by Seredy-Tocaben, of U. S. 1. Full 
orch. (Progressive orch. ed. no. 18) 
2. Full mandolin orch. ed. no. 18) 
[1307, 1308 
© Nov. 12, 1915 ; 2 c. each Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375674, 375692; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Flying (The) Dutchman; over- 
ture by R. Wagner, re-arr. by Chas. 
J. Roberts, of U. S. ; full orch. (The- 
atre orch. ed. no. 1764) [1309 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1915; E 375712; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

— — Lohengrin; introduction to the 
third act, by R. Wagner, ed. by Karl 
Benker, of U. S. ; piano, four hands. 

[1310 
© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24. 
1916; E 375810; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Wahtn' foh de springtime ; words 
and music by J. R. Talcott, of U. S. 

[1311 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375146; Janet R. Talcott, Cleve- 
land. 

Waiting ; sword song from the Japa- 
nese, words anon., music by Claude 
Warford, of U. S. [1312 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915 ; E 375336 ; Luckhardt & Belder, 
New York. 



Wake, O wake. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Wake up America ; words and music 

by H. A. Rosenbaum, of U. S. [1313 

© 1 o. Jan. 4, 1916; E 375160; 

Harry A. Rosenbaum, Hoboken, N. J. 

Wakeley; words by Frank W. Gun- 
saulus, music by Daniel Protheroe, 
of U. S. [1314 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375562 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine. O. 

Waldesruhe (Woodland rest) ; by 
Robert Oehme, op. 18, no. 3, arr. by 
Theo Remo, of Belgium ; violin and 
piano. [1315 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367833; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Walking and talking with Jesus ; 
words and music by N. S. Anderson, 
of U. S. [1316 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375544 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Walking the dog; words by N. L. 

Sissle, music by J. Hubert Blake, 

of U. S. [1317 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916; E 375249; 

Noble Lee Sissle, Cleveland. 

Waltz de concert; souvenir, by 
George Muder, of U. S. ; mandolin 
solo, with piano ace. [1318 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 376945; George Stannard. 
Trenton, N. J. 

Was it yotj ; words by Ada R. Haber- 
shon, music bv Henry Barraclough, 
of England. [1319 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376617; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Watch your steps ; words by James 
Rowe, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [1320 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375194; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Wave the banner ; words by Mrs. C. 
D. Martin, music by W. Stillman 
Martin, of U. S. [1321 

© Jan. 10. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375484; Chas. H. Gabriel, 
Chicago. 



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Way (The) of peace; words by N. B. 
T., music by B. D. Acklev, of U. S. 

[1322 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375229; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

We aee a peaceful nation ; words by 
Darl MacBoyle, music by R. Ken- 
neth Dawson, of U. S. [1323 
© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 3, 
1916; E 376724; Franklyn Wallace, 
Newark, N. J. 

We aee enlisted in His name ; words 

and music by Will H. Ruebush, of 

U. S. [1324 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 

E 376618; Charles M. Alexander, 

' Philadelphia. 

We'll* all be theee ; words by John- 
son Oatman, jr., music by Kem. G. 
Bottorf, of U. S. [1325 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 

r 1916; E 375475; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

We'll fight foe oue captain ; words 
by Ada R. Habershon, music by F. 
S. Turney, of U. S. [1326 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376619; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

We'll nevee let oue old flag fall; 
song-one-step by M. F. Kelly, arr. by 
S. Deshon, of IT. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[1327 
© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14. 
1916; E 376896; John Hanna, De- 
troit. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

We love to think of childhood days ; 
words and music by M. B. Leavitt, 
of U. S. [1328 

© Jan. 11. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375442; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. 

We loved too much ; words by T. J. 
Hartwell, music by J. E. Andino,' of 
U. S. [1329 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375399; 
Thomas J. Hartwell, Whitefield, 
N. H. 

We peaise Thee, O Loed ; anthem, 
words Biblical, music by A. Tiffany, 
of England ; mixed voices. 4to. 
(Sacred composition series, no. 55.) 

[1330 
© Jnn. 1, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; 
E 369347; Albert Tiffany, Hudders- 
field. England. 



We'ee all neuteal in the U. S. A. ; 

words by A. Buchholz, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1331 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376844; 

August Buchholz, Oil City, Pa. 

We eeap what we sow ; from No- 
body's girl ; words and music by 
Charles T. Dazey, of U. S. [1332 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377018; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

We two ; words by J. P. Dalton, music 
by York Bowen, of Great Britain. 

[1333 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367832; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

We've all had the same sweet 
deeam ; lyric by Beth Slater Whit- 
son, music by F. Henri Klickmann, 
of U. S. [1334 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376731; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

We went sailing; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Geo. L. Spaulding, 
of U. S. ; piano, four hands, with 
text ad lib. [1335 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 377069; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

We won't go home until moening, if 

WE EVEE GET HOME AT ALL ; WOrdS by 

Charles McCarron, music by Walter 
J. Donaldson, of U. S. [1336 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 376770; 
Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Wedding bells in loveland ; lyric by 
H. L. Gates, music by F. Moss, of 
U. S. [1337 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376691; 
Frederic Moss, & H. L. Gates, Og- 
den, Utah. 

Wedding maech. See Mendelssohn- 
Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

Weekly (The) wedding; song from 
a musical play, Katrina, lyrics by 
Otto Auerbach, music by Rudolf 
Friml, of IT. S. [1338 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916; 
E 376687 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Weep you no moee, sad fountains ; 
part-song, words anon., music by D. 
Christmas Williams, of England ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choral li- 
brary, no. 144.) [1339 
© Nov. 30, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 26, 
1915; E 369378; Stainer & Bell, ltd., 
London. 



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What a Savior is mine; words by 
A. C. Kochenberger, music by A. G. 
Kochenberger. [1340 

© Nov. 20, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1915; E 375293; Austin George 
Kochenberger, Pueblo, Colo. 

What an Irishman means by ma- 
chree; by Geo. H. Gartlan, arr. by 
Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. [1341 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 375256; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

What have I done today ; words arr. 
by Nixon Waterman, music by D. B. 
Towner, of U. S. [1342 

© Aug. 11, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 24, 
1915; E 375503; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

What Jesus is to me; words by Jas. 
Rowe, music by Katherine Howe, 
pseud, of B. D. Achley, of U. S. 

[1343 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375209; B. D. Achley, Philadel- 
phia. 

What's the use of going home, when 
there's nobody there to love ; one- 
step, two step or trot, by Jimmie V. 
Monaco, arr. by Calvin Grooms, of 
U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. [1344 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376626 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

What's the use of life without a 
sweetheart; words and music by 
G. C. Baldwin, of U. S., arr. by [E. S. 
S. Huntington] of U. S. [1345 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375387; 
George C. Baldwin, New York. 

When cupid calls ; the rat-tat-tat 
song & fox trot, in Sybil, musical 
comedy, music by Victor Jacobi, arr. 
by S. Deshon, of U. S. ; orchestra. 
4to. [1346 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 7, 1916 ; 
E 375285; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

When Ephie rags chop sticks ; fox 
trot, words and music by M. A. 
Saxton, of U. S., arr. by S. Minster, 
of U. S. [1347 

© 1 c. Jan. 11, 1916; E 376819; 
Minnie Adelia Saxton, Washington. 



When I am dead ; words by C. G. 
Rosetti, music by L. Evre, of U. S. 

[1348 
© 1 c. Jan. 18, 1916; E 376913; 
Laurence Eyre, Philadelphia. 

When I come back to Erin, I am 
coming for you; lyric by J. Will 
Callahan, music by B. M. Tice. of 
U. S., Sioux City, la., Blanche M. 
Tice music co. [1349 

© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 16, 1916 ; 
E 375633; Blanche M. Tice, Sioux 
City, la. 

When I dream of that mother of 
mine ; verses and music by Raymond 
A. Browne, of U. S. [1350 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E 375843; P. J. Howley music co., 
inc., New York. 

When I gave my heart to you. See 
Rubinstein (A. G.) 

When I get back to Georgia and 
you ; words and music by Max Clay, 
of U. S. [1351 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 18, 1916 ; 
E 375584 ; Daly music publisher, inc., 
Boston. 

When I was one-and-twenty ; words 
from The Shropshire lad, by A. E. 
Housman, music by Tom Dobson, of 
U. S., high or medium voice. [1352 
© Jan. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375533 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

When Ireland trades the shamrock 
for the rose ; words by F. M. Un- 
fred, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1353 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376971; 
Francis M. Unfred, Grand Junction, 
Colo. 

"When it's moonlight on the Rio 
Grande; lyric by Casper Nathan, 
music by Earl K. Smith, of U. S. 

[1354 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376728 ; Frank K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. 

When it's springtime in the coun- 
try, Mollis dear; words by C. 
Leach, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [1355 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377090; 
Chas. Leach, Marietta, O. 

When Jesus comes ; words and music 
by C. F. Weigele, of U. S. [1356 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1916 ; 
E 375341: Charles F. Weigele, Chi- 
cago. 



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When Jesus comes in to stay ; words 
by E. E. Hewitt, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [1357 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375223; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

When Jesus holds my hand ; words 
by A. H. Ackley, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [1358 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375201; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

When love is silent ; tone-poem, by 

F. Henri Klickmann, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1359 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376729; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

When northern eyes of blue sur- 
rendered to the southern gray ; 
words by Thomas Hoier, music by 
James Morgan, of U. S. [1360 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 376953; Will Rossiter, Chi- 
cago. 

When silver threads are gold again ; 
words by Eben E. Rexford, music 
by Hart P. Danks ; arr. by Sol. P. 
Levy, of U. S. [1361 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376643: Hamilton S. Gordon 
(Estate of) New York. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

When the book is opened; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by Kern 

G. Bottorf, of U. S. [1362 
© Jan. 10, 1916: 2 c. Jan. 12. 

1916; E 375467; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

When the clover blooms again ; 
words and music by C. Cummings, 
of U. S. Washington, D. C, Marks- 
Goldsmith co., inc. [1363 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916 ; E 375763 ; Cynthia Cummings, 
Mingo, la. 

When the golden rod is waving, 
Nellie mine; words and music by 
Ernest B. Orne, of U. S. Portland, 
Me., The Orne pub. co. [1364 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375660; E. B. Orne, Port- 
land, Me. 

When the mocking-birds are singing 

THEIR SAME OLD TUNES ; WOl'dS by D. 

Driscoll, music by Allen Gregg, of 
U. S. [1365 

© Jan. 24, 1916: 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375776; David Driscoll, 
Springfield, O. 



When the sinner seeks forgiveness ; 
words by Ralph Bunsen, music by 
Lewis Thomas, of U. S. [1366 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375541 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Belief ontaine, O. 

When the: violets bloom again, sweet 
Marguerite ; words by E. Magin, 
music by Jule Bachmann, of U. S. 

[1367 
© Dec. 27, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376641 ; Emma Magin, Rochester. 
N. Y. 

When the war is over and the boys 
march home again ; words and 
music by M. W. Hancock, of U. S. 

[1368 
© Nov. 12, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 1, 1916 ; 
E 376773 ; Mattie Wilkesen Hancock, 
Memphis. 

When thou art near ; words by E. B. 
Doveton, music by Harry M. Gilbert, 
of U. S. [1369 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376807; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

When Yerdi plays the hurdy gurdy ; 

words by Chas. McCarron ; music by 

Walter J. Donaldson, of U. S. [1370 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 376771; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

When we all reach glory land; 
words by James Rowe, music by J. 
H. Hicks, of U. S. [1371 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376735 ; J. E. Thomas, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 

When women get equal rights ; 
words by W. Scott & A. E. Jobson, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1372 
© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1916: E 375416: 
Wm. Scott & Albert E. Jobson. 
Garnerville, N. Y. 

When you bid the world good Bye; 
words and music by E. Stembler, of 
TJ. S., arr. by [Harry Collins] of 
U. S. [1373 

© 1 c. Jan. 14, 1916; E 375499: 
Eddie Stembler. Ridgefield Park, 
N. J. 

When you kiss your dear mother 
good bye ; words by John J. Winslow, 
music by C. H. Roth, of U. S. [1374 
© Jan. 7, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916; 
E 375350; Charles H. Roth music 
co.. New York. 



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no. 1. 1916 



1394 



Whenever I think of Him | words 
bv Ethel A. Barlow, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [1375 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916; 
E 375225; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Where He leads me ; words by James 
Rowe; music bv Haldol* Lillenas, of 
U. S. [1376 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376620; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Wheee the bright waters meet in 
Killarney ; words by J. P. Barton, 
music bv George Lowell Tracy, of 
U. S. [1377 

© 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 376723; 
John P. Barton, Roxbury. Mass. 

AY here the Lamb is the light ; words 
bv James Rowe, music bv A. W. 
Hill, of U. S. [1378 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376751 ; Quartet music co., Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Where the nightingale woos the 
rose ; words and music by J. H. 
Hughes, of U. S. [1379 

© Dec. 29. 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376642; Joseph H. Hughes, Sagi- 
naw, Mich. 

Where the spirit of the Lord is ; 
words bv Mvra A. Beck, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [1380 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375456; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

While we are marching together ; 
words by Henry W. C. Block, set to 
melody, Marching through Georgia, 
by Henry C. Work, of U. S. 12mo. 

[1381 
© Oct. 9, 1915 ; 2 c. Oct. 14, 1915 ; 
E 376897 ; H. W. Chajles, St. Louis. 
While we are praying for you ; words 
and music by Nellie Albright Weber, 
of U. S. [1382 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375553 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 
Whippoorwill ; words and music by 
G. W. Milton, of U. S. ; voice and 
piano ace. [1383 

© 1 c. Jan. 8. 1916; E 376788; 
Geo. W. Milton, Savannah, Ga. 
Whispering hope; waltz by Charles 
E. Coleman, of U. S. ; piano. [1384 
© Jan. 21. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916 ; E 375787 ; C. E. Coleman, Bal- 
timore. 



Whispering winds ; valse by Alex 
Roloff, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[1385 
© Dec. 16, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 17, 
1916; E 367826; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Whistling Sue; words by Mrs. Leslie 

H. Frazier, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1386 

© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; E 376962; 

Leslie H. Frazier, Sugar City, Colo. 

Whole (The) wide world needs sun- 
shine; words by Ralph Bunsen, 
music by N. S. Anderson, of U. S. 

[1387 
© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916 ; 
E 375o47 : Nellie Sharp Anderson. 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Why ; words by Frederick H. Martens, 
music by William Lester, of U. S. 
(Four love vignettes, no. 3.) [1388 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15. 
1916; E 376878; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Why am I so blue; words by J. A. 

Calale, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [1389 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375396; 

Jennie A. Calale, Homer, N. Y. 

Why don't they some one help him ; 

words and music bv P. M. Helms, of 

U. S. [1390 

© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 375187; 

Perley M. Helms, Moriah, N. Y. 

Why don't you write to your 
mother ; words by Roger Lewis, 
music by Ernie Erdinan. [1391 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 10, 
1916; E 375381; Chas. E. Roat 
music co., ltd., Battle Creek, Mich. 

Why not take Him now ; words by 
A. M. Burgeson, music bv D. B. 
Towner, of U. S. [1392 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31. 1915 ; 
E 376621; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Why should He love me so ; words 
by A. H. Ackley, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [1393 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375234; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Wild (A) ride; caprice by Daniel 

Rowe, of U. S. ; piano. [1394 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25. 

1916; E 377070; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 



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1395 



pt. m, n. s., v. 11 



Will I find my mother there ; words 

by F. Stickel, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1395 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376853; 

Fred Stickel, Louisville, Ky. 

Will it pay; words by F. L. Eiland, 
music by A. B. Sebren, of U. S. 

[1396 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376764 ; A. B. Sebren, Fort Worth, 
Tex. 

Will the circle be broken ; words 
and music by Haldor Lillenas, cho. 
by N. H. Lines, of U. S. [1397 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375472; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Will you be at the wedding as best 
man? words by E. Bensee, music by 
F. Baird, of U. S., arr. by Frank E. 
Barry, of U. S. [1398 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377073; 
Earle Bensee and Florence Baird. 
Port Clinton, O. 

Will you be my little girlie ; words 
by Harry Bateson, music by Edith 
Goodland Bartlett, of TJ. S. Milwau- 
kee, Wis., Edith Goodland Bartlett. 

[1399 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375632; Bartlett-Bateson, 
Milwaukee. 

Will you be one of them ; words by 
Maud Frazer Jackson, music by 
Geo. C. Stebbins, of U. S. [1400 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376622; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Will you marry just one or become 
a Mormon ; words by William C. 
Sears [pseud, of William E. Cyr], 
music by W. E. Cyr, of U. S. [1401 
© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 375649; 
William E. Cyr, Haverhill, Mass. 

Will you stay through; words by 
Ina Duley Ogdon, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. [1402 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 12, 
1916; E 375454; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Win your chum for Jesus; words by 
F. S. Hart, music by Mrs. F. S. Hart, 
of U. S. [1403 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 376822; Fred 
S. Hart, Morristown, N. J. 



Wind's (The) in the south; words 
and music by John Prindle Scott, of 
U. S. ; soprano. [1404 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11. 
1916; E 376804; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Winter (A) song; words by Nora C. 
Usher, music by Montague F. Phil- 
lips, of Great Britain. [1405 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369318; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

With bugle and drum ; march Dv 
Walter Tibbetts, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1406 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376649 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

With you alone I always want to 

be ; words by M. CamDara, music bv 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1407 

© 1 c. Jan. 8, 1916; E 375415; 

Michael Campana, W. Hoboken, N. J. 

Wonderful mercy ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [1408 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12, 1916 ; 
E 375462; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Wonderful salvation ; words and mu- 
sic by W. R. Cain, of U. S. [1409 
© Apr. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 22, 1915 : 
E 376873; William Robert Cain, 
Wichita, Kans. 

Won't you come and love me; words 
by H. C. Weasner, music by George 
L. Cobb, of U. S. [1410 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 : 
E 376933; H. C. W^easner & co., 
Buffalo. 

Won't you let Him save you; words 
and music by Haldor Lillenas, of 
U. S. [1411 

© Nov. 24, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 376623; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Won't you share your heart with 

me ; words and music by A. L. Jones, 

of U. S. [1412 

© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 377044; 

Aaron L. Jones, New York. 

Won't you take me with you, when 
you go, dearie ; words by I. Paige. 
music bv J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1413 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1915; E 377097; 
Tola Paige, Hamilton, N. Y. 



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no. 1, 1916 



1431 



Wood (The) nymph; musical setting 
for the photoplay, selected and arr. 
by Joseph Carl Breil, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Triangle plays, series P. 43.) [1414 
© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377022; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Woodland (The) calls; three-part 
chorus, words by Wm. ApMadoc, 
music by W. Rhys-Herbert, of U. S. ; 
ladies' voices. 4to. (Choruses for 
treble voices, no. 4030.) [1415 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 
E 375792; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Woodland dance, air de ballet; by 
C. C. Crammond, of U. S., op. 38. 
Boston, Evans music co. [1416 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 376978; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Word (The) that made me live; 
words by Rosa Ree, music by Angela 
Manzato, of England; in E flat. 

[1417 
© Nov. 29, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 29, 
1915; E 367779; Swan & co., Wat- 
son & Wilcock, ltd., London. 

Work for Jesus ; words by Jas. Rowe, 
music by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. 

[1418 
© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 375233; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

World (The) for Christ; words and 
music by Jackson Leslie, of U. S. 

[1419 
© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376740; Alvis O. Thomas, Fort 
Worth, Tex. 

Written before me ; words by Ada R. 
Habershon, music by B. D. Ackley, 
of U. S. [1420 

© Nov. 24, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31, 
1915; E 376624; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Yankee (A) Doodle boy is good 
enough for me ; words and music by 
W. L. Livernash, of U. S. Kansas 
City, Mo., Will L. Livernash music 
co. [1421 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377078; Will L. Livernash, 
Kansas City, Mo. 



Yankee tango; by F. L. Keates, of 
U. S. ; banjo solo in C notation. 

[1422 
© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916; E 375496; Stephen Shepard, 
Paterson, N. J. 

Yesterday ; words and music by L. H. 
Corcoran, of U. S. [1423 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377010; 
Lillian Hague Corcoran, El Paso. 

Yokohama maid ; a Japanese comic 
operetta in two acts, written and 
composed by Arthur A. Penn, of 
U. S. ; vocal score. [1424 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; D 19653 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

YOU ARE ALL THAT I DREAMED YOU 

would be ; lyric by Bessie Buchanan, 
music by Jack Frost, of U. S. [1425 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 376727 ; Frank K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. 

YOU ARE MORNING, NOON AND NIGHT ; 

words by R. Petry, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [1426 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375853; 
Rudolph Petry, New Orleans. 

YOU CAN'T GET ALONG WHEN YOU'RE 

with 'em or without 'em ; words 
by Grant Clarke, music by Fred 
Fischer, of U. S. ; words & melody. 

[1427 
© 1 c. Jan. 6, 1916; E 375286; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

You can't get along with 'em or 
without 'em ; lyric by Grant Clarke, 
music by Fred Fischer, of U. S. 

[1428 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 375759 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

YOU DESERVE A BETTER SWEETHEART 

than me ; poem and music by C. A. 
Glenn, of U. S. [1429 

© 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916; E 375366; 
Chas. A. Glenn, Corydon, Ind. 

You great big sugar dear; words by 

R. P. Watts, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [1430 

© 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916; E 376848; 

Robert P. Watts, Blackstone, Va. 

YOU HAVE EYES SO BLUE AND TENDER ; 

words and music by S. Pantozzi, of 
U. S. [1431 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916; E 375143; 
Stephen Pantozzi, Hudson, N. Y. 



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1432 



pt. Ill, U. S., V. 11 



You JUST can't keep a good woman 
down ; words and music by G. W. 
Thomas, of U. S. [1432 

■© Jan. 24. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24. 
1916; E 375777; Geo. W. Thomas, 
New Orleans. 

You'll be to blame fob it all ; lyric 
by Paul Cunningham, music by 
Harry Armstrong, of U. S. 11433 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 377053; M. Witmark and 
sons, New York. 

You're a thief, you stole my heaet 
away ; verses and music by Ray- 
mond A. Browne, of U. S. [1434 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28. 
1916 ; E 375848 ; P. J. Howley music 
co., New York. 

You're always just a little bit be- 
hind ; words by Bayonne Whipple, 
music by Walter Houston, of U. S., 
arr. bv Raymond Matthews, of U. S. 

[1435 
© 1 c. Jan. 27. 1916; E 377074; 
Earle Bensee and Florence Baird. 
Port Clinton, O. 

You're the best little mother that 
God ever made ; lyric by J. Keirn 
Brennan, music by Ernest R. Ball, 
of U. S. [1436 

© Jan. 19. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20. 
1916 ; E 376920 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

You seem to be forgetting me ; lyric 
by Frank Connor, music by B. M. 
Tice. of U. S. Sioux City, la., 
Blanche M. Tice music pub. co. 

[1437 
© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 375634; Blanche M. Tice, 
Sioux City, la. 

You've broken my heart since you've 
gone ; words by Joseph D. Pandolph. 
music bv J. F. Pandolph, arr. bv 
J. Y. Cafaro, of U. S. [1438 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 12. 1916 ; 
E 375427 ; Joseph F. Pandolph, New 
York. 

You wouldn't say you loved me when 
we said good-bye ; words by E. Pe- 
terson, music by Leo Friedman, of 
U. S. [1439 

© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375376 ; Effie Peterson. Kilbourne, 
Wis. 



Young America march ; by O. C. 
Crammond, of U. S., op. 41 ; pf. 
Boston, Evans music co. [1440 

© Jan. 11. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1916; E 375523; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Young crusaders foe peace ; rallying 
song, words and music bv D. Batch- 
ellor, of U. S. [1441 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1916; E 375608; Daniel Batchellor. 
Chester, Pa. 

Your mother's heart is breaking : 
words and music by Haldor Lillenas, 
of U. S. [1442 

© Nov. 24. 1915; 2 c. Dec. 31. 
1915; E 376610; Charles M. Alex- 
ander, Philadelphia. 

Your photo ; song from the musical 
play Katinka, lyric by Otto Hauer- 
bach, music by Rudolf Friml. of 
U. S. [1443 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 376815; G. Schirmer. New 
York. 

Youth's battle hymn ; words and mu- 
sic by N. S. Anderson, of U. S. 

[1444 
© Jan. 3, 1916 : 2 c. Jan. 17. 1916 : 
E 375561 ; Nellie Sharpe Anderson. 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Zsuzsi kisasszony; operette 3 felvon- 
asban, irta Ferencz Martos es Miksa 
Brodi, zene jet szerzette Imre Rai- 
ma n, of Hungary. [1445 
© 1 c. Dec. 8. 1915; D 19650; 
T. B. Harms co.. New York. 

3 sonatines. See Schumann (R. A.) 

41 eme (Le) bataillon R. C. F. ; chant 
patriotique, paroles et musique de G. 
Milo, of Canada. [1446 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 3. 1916 ; 
E 369328; E. L. Turcot. Lowell. 
Mass. 

100 EXEECICES POUR L'IXDEPEXDAXC K 

de l'accentuation entre les deux 
mains ; par Josephe Gery, of France, 
sous forme d'imitations canoniques 
a 2 parties, sur 55 notes, introduction 
et annotations de Blanche Selva : 
piano. [1447 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 12. 
1916; E 367815; Dulieux. Lyon. 
France. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1916: 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 4 unpublished)- 9 

Class E, Musical compositions (including 230 unpublished) 1. 43S 



Total. 



1,44' 



80 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [1447 



Allei/tia ; Easter anthem, by G. Fed- 
erlein; quartet or chorus. [1 

© by G. Federlein, % Edward 
Schuberth & eo., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7822. Jan. 13, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Feb. 25, 1888. no. 5991. 

Angels roll the rock away ; Easter 
anthem, by J. R. Thomas ; quartette 
or chorus, with sop. or ten. solo. [2 
© by Clara Thomas, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
7892, Jan. 20, 1916. Renewal entry, 
Mar. 1, 1902, no. C 22644. 

As THE YEAR ROLLS ROUND : WOl'dS by 

Josephine Pollard, music by Robert 
Lowry. [3 

© by Mary Runyon Lowry, Plain- 
field, N. J., as widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 7374, Jan. 3, 1916. Renewal en- 
try, Jan. 10, 1902, no. C 19906. 

At the cross ; words by Isaac Watts, 
music by Ralph E. Hudson. [4 

© by Mary Hudson, Alliance, O., 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7859, Jan. 
17. 1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 
1888, no. 30398. 

A\-e Maeia ; by Dudley Buck, op. 67. 
no. 1. [5 

© by Madeline B. Blossom. % 
Francis Blossom, New York, and 
Dudley Buck. % Sanderson & Por- 
ter, New York, as children of the 
deceased author, in extension for 14 
years. Renewal no. 7946. Jan. 29, 
1916. Renewal entry. June 26, 1902, 
no. C 29133. 

Babbling brook ; by W. G. Smith, op, 
28. no. 3 ; piano. [6 

© by Wilson G. Smith, Cleveland, 
O., as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7918, Jan. 21. 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 2. 1888, 
no. 31248. 



Barbara Frietchie ; words by J. G. 
Whittier, music by E. Sloman. [7 

© by Elizabeth Sloman, New 
York, as the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 7895, Jan. 20. 
1916. Renewal entry. Nov. 29. 1902. 
no. C 45970. 

Beyond the shadows : duett by C. A. 
White; in E flat. [8 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7804, Jan. 8, 1916. 
Original entry. Apr. 9, 1888. no. 
10407. 

Bohemian dance ; by B. Smetana, rev. 
and fingered by William Mason. [9 

© by Mrs. H. van Sinderen. % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York. 
as child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7826, Jan. 13, 1916. Original entry. 
Mar. 3,-1888, no. 6628. 

Boot black ; by Daye Braham. ( Serio- 
comic songs, no. 11) .[10 

© by Geo. Braham, New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in ex- 
tension for 14 years. Renewal no. 
7894, Jan. 20, 1916. Renewal entry. 
Mar. 22. 1902, no. O 23849. 

Bright Easter skies ; Easter carol, 
by Geo. Wm. Warren. [11 

© by Chas. E. Warren, New York, 
as child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7904, Jan. 20, 1916. Original entry, 
Mar. 3. 1888, no. 6690. 

Calm on the listening ear of. night ; 
Christmas anthem, by C. C. Stearns ; 
mixed voices. (Octavo series) [12 

© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7928, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, Dec. 8, 1888. no. 
35154. 



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1447 (13) 



pt. Ill, 11. s., v. 11 



Carol, cakol joyfully; words by 
Fanny J. Crosby, music by H. P. 
Main. [13 

•© by Hubert Piatt Main, New 
York, as the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no 7847, Jan. 15, 
1916. Renewal entry, Sept. 30, 1902, 
no. C 33722. 

Children's festival mass ; by C. C. 
Stearns ; one or two voices. [14 

© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7920, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, Mar. 5, 1888, no. 
6972. 

Christ our Passover; anthem, by H. 
P. Danks. [15 

© by Bertha Danks Builder, Phil- 
adelphia, as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 7893, Jan. 20, 1916. Re- 
newal entry, Mar. 1, 1902, no. C 
22645. 

Christmas pastorale from Messiah. 
See Handel (G. F.) 

Class ode; words by J. H. Johnson, 
music by C. A. White ; mixed voices. 

[16 
© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7807, Jan. 8, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, June 18, 1888, no. 17444. 

Come, dearest, with me ; serenade, 
words by Fanny J. Crosby, music 
by H. P. Main ; male voices. [17 

© by Hubert Piatt Main, New 
York, as the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 7845, Jan. 15, 
1916. Renewal entry, Sept. 30, 1902, 
no. C 33720. 

Come we again ; by C. A. White ; in E 
flat ; mixed voices. [18 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7803. Jan. 8, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Mar. 26, 1888. no. 8926. 

Contemplation ; illustration for or- 
gan, by C. C. Stearns. [19 
© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7926, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, Nov. 23. 1SS8, no. 
33237. 



Dancing fairies ; redowa caprice, by 
T. P. Ryder; piano. [20 ' 

© by Eliza J. Ryder, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
widow of the author, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 7838, 
Jan. 14, 1916. Renewal entry, Feb. 
10, 1902, no. C 21549. 

Danse fantastique; by C. A. Preyer 
[pseud, of Charles Kunkel], op. 8 
piano. [21 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7933, Jan. 27, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Jan. 27, 1888, no. 3114. 

Danse rustique ; by AVrn. Mason, op. 
16. New and rev. ed. [22 

© by Mina Van Sinderen, New 
York, as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7907, Jan. 20, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Mar. 27, 1888, no. 9071. 

Dear (The) old home we loved so 
well; song by C. A. White. [23 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 7840, Jan. 14, 1916. Re- 
newal entrv. Feb. 10, 1902, no. 
C 21547. 

Don't drink it, Tom ; words by Mrs. 
M. A. Kidder, music by H. P. Main. 

[24 
© by Hubert Piatt Main, New 
York, as the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 7844, Jan. 
15, 1916. Renewal entrv, July 26. 
1902, no. C 30615. 

Dream (A) ; by H. Schuy. [25 

© by H. Schuy, % Edward Schu- 
berth & co., New York, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7820, Jan. 13, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Jan. 19, 1888, no. 2189. 

Duettino; by S. Jadassohn, ed. by 
PI. W. Nicholl, op. 94, no. 3. (Four 
piano compositions bv S. Jadassohn, 
no. 3) [26 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New Y^ork, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7833, Jan. 13. 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 3, 1888, no. 9792. 

Easter ; song by Beardsley Van de 
Water. 1. Alto or bar. in D flat. — 
2. Sop. or ten. in F. [27, 2S 

© by Bessie A. Van de Water, New 
York, as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7900. 7901, Jan. 20. 1916. Original 
entry, Feb. 20, 1888, no. 5549. 5550. 



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Enchantment; valse cle concert, by 
T. P. Ryder; piano. [29 

© by Eliza J. Ryder, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
widow of the author, in extension 
for 14 years. Renewal no. 7837, 
Jan. 14, 1916. Renewal entry, Feb. 
10, 1902, no. C 21548. 

Father in heaven ; trio by O. C. 
Stearns ; sop., contralto and bass. 

[30 

© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as ex- 
ecutor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7925. Jan. 21, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Nov. 2, 1888, no. 31223. 

Gladiator (The) march; by J. P. 
Sousa, arr. by L. A. Callan ; one or 
two banjos. [31 

© by John Philip Sousa, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7868, Jan. 

19, 1916. Original entry, Nov. 14, 
1888, no. 32336. 

Glen march ; by E. H. Bailey ; piano- 
forte, four hands. [32 

© by Eben H. Bailey, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7819, Jan. 12, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, May 25, 1888, no. 15296. 

Gordon's enlarged edition ; new 
method for the pianoforte, by James 
Bellak. [33 

© by Chas. E. and Leopold W. 
Bellak, Philadelphia, as children of 
the deceased author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 7891, Jan. 

20, 1916. Renewal entrv, Oct. 30. 
1902, no. C 36453. 

Gospel (The) call; by W. J. Kirk- 
patrick. [34 

© by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
delphia, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7913, Jan. 
20, 1916. Original entry in Gospel 
awakening. Aug. 31, 1888, no. 24835. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Christ- 
mas pastorale from Messiah; by 
G. F. Handel, arr. by H. M. Dun- 
ham ; organ. [35 
© by Henry M. Dunham, Brook- 
line, Mass., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7389, Jan. 
5, 1916. Original entry, Dec. 29, 
1888, no. 37547. 



Handel (Georg Friedrich) — Contd. 

Hallelujah chorus; by Handel, 

arr. by H. M. Dunham ; organ. [36 
© by Henry M. Dunham, Brook- 
line, Mass., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7390, 
Jan. 5, 1916. Original entry, Dec. 
28, 1888, no. 37548. 

Hail to the Lord's anointed ; hymn 
anthem, by C. C. Stearns. [37 

© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7927, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, Nov. 30, 1888, no. 
34142. 

Hallelujah chorus. See Handel. (G. 
F.) 

Hamlet ; seelenstudie, a psychic sketch 
by H. W. Nicholl, op. 14* fur grosses 
orchester. Partitur. [38 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7828, Jan. 13, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Mar. 24, 1888, no. 8759. 



arr. fur pianoforte zu 4 

handen. [39 



© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7835, Jan. 13, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry Apr. 5, 1888, no. 10014. 

He that soweth little ; composed by 
E. J. Biedermann; sop., with organ 
ace. (Two offertories, no. 1.) [40 
© by Edward J. Biedermann, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7829, Jan. 13, 
1916. Original entrv, Mar. 29. 1888, 
no. 9175. 

Home sweet home ; paraphrase de 
concert, by Julia Rive-King [pseud, 
of Charles Kunkel] ; piano. [41 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7934, Jan. 27, 1916. 
Original entry, Jan. 27, 1888, no. 
3115. 

Hood's carols for Easter, no. 3 ; by 
Jno. R. Sweney and W. J. Kirk- 
patrick. [42 
© by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
delphia, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7910, Jan. 
20, 1916. Original entry, Mar. 10, 
1888, no. 7474. 



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pt. Ill, 11. S., V. 11 



Hood's Chkistmas annual, no. 10; 
by Jno. R. Sweney and W. J. Kirk- 
patrick. [43 

© by Win. J. Kirkpatriek, Phila- 
delphia, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renevod no. 7915, 
Jan. 20, 1916. Original entry, Nov. 
10, 1888, no. 31979. 

Hope abides foeevee ; duett by C. C. 
Stearns : ten. and bass, or sop. and 
alto. [44 

© by Florence B. Condy, % AVhite- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7922, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, May 12, 1888. no. 
14021. 

Is life worth living ; duett, by C. C. 
Stearns ; tenor and bass, or sop. and 
alto. [45 

© by Florence B. Condy. % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7921, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry. Apr. 16, 1888, no. 
11128. 

Joy shall e'er be thine ; quartette by 
C. A. White ; men's voices. [46 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7805, Jan. 8, 1916. 
Original entry, May 28, 1888, no. 
15533. 

Jubilate in F; by John A. W 7 est. [47 
© by Joseph M. West, Chicago, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7813, Jan. 13, 1916. Original entry, 
Dec. 31, 1888, no. 38198. 

Lay not up foe yourselves ; com- 
posed by E. J. Biedermann ; con- 
tralto, with organ ace. (Two offer- 
tories, no. 2) [48 
© by Edward J. Biedermann, % 
Edward Schuberth & co., New York, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7830, Jan. 13, 
1916. Original entry, Mar. 29, 1888, 
no. 9176. 

Leonard's third mass in B flat: 
kyrie, music by W. A. Leonard. [49 

© by Thomas F. Leonard. Law- 
rence, Mass., as next of kin of the 
author who is not living, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7949, Jan. 
29. 1916. Original entry, Sept. 14. 

1888, no. 26232. 



Madeline ; song by C. A. White ; ten. 
or sop. in E flat. [50 

© by Daniel L. W T hite, W'inthrop, 
Mass,, as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7806, Jan. 8, 1916. 
Original entry. May 31, 1888. no. 
15792. 

March (The) past of the national 
fencibles ; by J. P. Sousa ; piano. 

[51 
© by John Philip Sousa, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7867, Jan. 
19, 1916. Original entry. June 13. 
1888, no. 17008, 

Marguerite ; romanza, vocal duett by 
C. A. White. [52 

© by Daniel L. W T hite, Winthrop, 
Mass.. as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7808, Jan. 8, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 29. 1888, no. 
30929. 

Merry Easter bells ; carol, words by 
Ida Scott Taylor, music by H. P. 
Danks. [53 

© by Bertha Danks Builder. 
Philadelphia, as child of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7897, Jan., 20. 
1916. Original entry. Feb. 20. 1888, 
no. 5544. 

Mothee, fold me in your arms ; song 
and chorus, by C. A. White. [54 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased 
author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 7839, Jan. 14. 1916. 
Renewal entry, Feb. 10. 1902. no. C 
21543. 

National fencibles march; by J. P. 

Sousa. orch. [55 

© by John Philip Sousa, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7871. Jan. 
19. 1916. Original entry. Dec. 29. 
1888. no. 8749S. 

Now on the first day; Easter an- 
them, by Geo. Wm. Warren ; sop., or 
ten,, solo and chorus. [oG 



© by Chas. E. Warren, New 



oris 



as child of deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7903. Jan. 20. 1916. Original entry. 
Mar. 2. 1888. no. 6561. 



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O salutaris hostia ; by J. Wiegand ; 
sop., alto, ten., bass, organ ace. [57 
© by John Wiegancl, Savannah, 
Ga., as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7812. Jan. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 26, 1888, 
no. 2894. 

is there a lone and dreary hour, 

duet by J. Wiegand, op. 144. [58 

© by John Wiegand, Savannah, 
Ga., as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7809, Jan. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 26, 1888, 
no. 2891. 

no change of time shall ever 

shock, by J. Wiegand. [59 

© by John Wiegand, Savannah, 
Ga., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7810, Jan. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 26. 1888, 
no. 2892. 

Oclemena ; bv C. A. White ; sop. or 
ten. [60 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7801, Jan. 8, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Jan. 11, 1888, no. 1326. 

Old folks at home; by Stephen C. 
Poster, arr. by Collin Coe [pseud, 
of J. C. Macy] ; mixed voices. [61 
© by J. C. Macy, Winter Hill, 
Mass., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7950, Jan. 
29. 1916. Original entry, Sept. 13, 
1888, no. 26121. 

Old (The) man ain't what he used 
to be ; song and chorus, by C. A. 
White. [62 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 7843, Jan. 14, 1916. Re- 
newal entry, Sept. 4, 1902. no. C 
32251. 

Only Jesus feels and knows ; words 
by Fanny J. Crosby, music by H. P. 
Main. [63 

© by Hubert Piatt Main. New 
York, as the author, in extension for 
14 years. Renewal no. 7846, Jan. 15, 
1916. Renewal entry, Sept. 30, 1902, 
no. C 33721. 

Our risen Lord ; carol, words by Ida 
Scott Taylor, music by H. P. Danks. 

[64 
© by Bertha Danks Builder, Phil- 
adelphia, as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7906, Jan. 20, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Mar. 7, 1888, no. 7120. 



Pass it on ; words by Henry Burton, 
music by W. J. Kirkpatrick. [65 

© by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
delphia, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7909, Jan. 
20, 1916. Original entrv, Mar. 8, 
1888, no. 7274. 

Passing through the gate ; words by 
Jessie H. Brown, music bv J. H. F. 

[66 
© by J. H. Fillmore, Cincinnati, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7952, Jan. 31, 
1916. Original entrv, Mar. 7, 1888, 
no. 7116. 

Please God make room for a little 
child ; song and chorus bv C. A. 
White. [67 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased au- 
thor, in extension for 14 years. Re- 
newal no. 7841, Jan. 14. 1916. Re- 
newal entry, Jan. 2, 1916, no. 19546. 

Prohibition (The) melodist; to 
which is added The water fairies, a 
temperance cantata, ed. by Jno. R. 
Sweney and W. J. Kirkpatrick. [68 
© by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
delphia, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7914, 
Jan. 20, 1916. Original entrv, Dec. 
28. 1888. no. 37213. 

Prologue; by S. Jadassohn, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 94, no. 1. (Four 
piano compositions by S. Jadassohn, 
no. 1) [69 

© by H. W. Nicholl. % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7831, Jan. 13, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Apr. 3, 1888, no. 9790. 

Psalm (A) of comfort; words by 
Elizabeth French, music bv N. H. 
Allen. [70 

© by N. H. Allen, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7821, Jan. 13, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Feb. 18, 1888, no. 5364. 

Reine (La) de la mer ; valse. by J. P. 
Sousa ; band. [71 

© by John Philip Sousa, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7869. Jan. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Dec. 4. 1888, 
no. 34645. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Responses ; by C. C. Stearns ; quar- 
tette or chorus choir. [72 
© by Florence B. Concly, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as ex- 
ecutor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7923, Jan. 21, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, May 12, 1888, no. 14022. 

Resurrection (The) day; carol, 
words by Ida Scott Taylor, music by 
H. P. Danks. [73 

© by Bertha Danks Builder, Phil- 
adelphia, as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7898, Jan. 20, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Feb. 20, 1888, no. 5545. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) 
Ifere mazurka; by G. Saint-Saens, 
op. 24, rev. and fingered by William 
Mason. [74 

© by Mrs. H. van Sinderen, % Ed- 
ward Schuberth & co., New York, as 
child of the deceased author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7827, Jan. 13, 1916. Original entry, 
Mar. 3, 1888, no. 6629. 

Salve regina ; by Dudley Buck, op. 18. 

[75 
© by Madeline B. Blossom, % 
Francis Blossom, New York, and 
Dudley Buck, % Sanderson & Por- 
ter, New York, as children of the 
deceased author, in extension for 14 
years. Renewal no. 7945, Jan. 29, 
1916. Renewal entry, May 6, 1902, 
no. C 20536. 

Scene milttaire; by Herve D. Wil- 
kins. [76 

© by Julia E. S. Wilkins, Roches- 
ter, N. Y., as widow of the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 7948, Jan. 29, 1916. Original 
entry, Sept. 1, 1888, no. 25007. 

Scherzino; by S. Jadassohn, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 94, no. 2. (Four 
piano compositions by S. Jadassohn, 
no. 2.) [77 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7832, Jan. 13, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Apr. 3, 1888, no. 9791. 

School op melody; 20 characteristic 
pieces for violin with pianoforte ace. 
by Goby Eberhardt, op. 86, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl. Bk. 1-3. [78-80 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co.. New York, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7823-7825, Jan. 13, 1916. 
Original entry, Mar. 1, 1888, no. 
6433-6435. 



Schubert (Franz Peter) Six songs; 
by Franz Schubert, transcribed as 
studies for expression, by C. Fael- 
ten; pianoforte. [81 

© by Carl Faelten, Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7391, Jan. 5, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Dec. 12, 1888, no. 35457. 

Semper fidelis march ; by J. P. Sousa ; 

orch. [82 

© bjr John Philip Sousa, New 

York, as the author, in renewal for 

28 years. Renewal no. 7870, Jan. 

19, 1916. Original entrv, Dec. 29, 
1888, no. 37496. 

Shine, oh sun ; Easter card, by Geo. 
Wm. Warren. [83 

© by Chas. E. Warren, New York, 
as child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
7905, Jan. 20, 1916. Original entry. 
Mar. 3, 1888, no. 6691. 

Showers of blessing; collection of 
hymns new and old, ed. by Jno. R. 
Sweeney and W. J. Kirkpatrick. 

[84 
© by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
delphia, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7911, Jan. 

20, 1916. Original entrv, Apr. 16, 
1888, no. 11000. 

Six songs. See Schubert (F. P.) 
Song (The) he used to know, Rock 
of ages ; words by Jessie H. Brown, 
arr. and composed by J. H. F. [85 
© by J. H. Fillmore, Cincinnati, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7954, Jan. 31, 
1916. Original entry, Mar. 30, 1888. 
no. 9444. 

Sowing the seed of the kingdom ; 
words and music by Augustus Hay- 
den [pseud, of F. A. Fillmore] [186 
© by Fred A. Fillmore, Cincinnati, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7953, Jan. 31, 
1916. Original entry. Mar. 30, 1888, 
no. 9428. 

Supplement to Songs of joy and 
gladness ; by W. McDonald, Joshua 
Gill, Jno. R. Sweeney and W. J. 
Kirkpatrick. [87 

© by Wm. J. Kirkpatrick, Phila- 
phia, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7912, Jan. 
20, 1916. Original entrv, July 28, 
1888, no. 21722. 



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Tale (A) ; by S. Jadassohn, ed. by 
H. W. Nicholl, op. 94, no. 4. (Four 
piano compositions by S. Jadassohn, 
no. 4) [88 

© by H. W. Nicholl, % Edward 
Schuberth & co., New York, as the 

* author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7834, Jan. 13. 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Apr. 3, 1888, no. 9793. 

Tantum eego; angel bands in strains 
sweet sounding, by J. Wiegand, op. 
135, no. 2. [89 

© by John Wiegand, Savannah, 
Ga., as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7811, Jan. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Jan. 26, 1888, 
no. 2893. 

— — (God is love) ; by C. C. Stearns; 
bass, with quartette or chorus. [90 
© by Florence B. Gondy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7919, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, Jan. 30. 1888, no. 
3307. 

Te Deum laudamus in G ; by C. C. 
Stearns. [91 

© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
executor, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7924, Jan. 21, 1916. 
Original entry, May 19, 1888, no. 
14733. 

Thanks be to God ; Easter anthem, by 
H. P. Danks. [92 

© by Bertha Danks Builder, 
Philadelphia, as child of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7899, Jan. 20, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 20, 1888, 
no. 5547. 

Their country was calling; decora- 
tion hymn, by C. A. White; in E 
flat; mixed voices. [93 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 7802, Jan. 8, 1916. 
Original entry, Mar. 16, 1888, no. 
8010. 

Till we meet again (Auf wieder- 
sehn) ; song by E. H. Bailey, with 
ace. of the piano from the popular 
waltzes. [94 

© by Eben H. Bailey, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7818, Jan. 12, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Jan. 23, 1888, no. 2637. 



'Tis midnight; sacred solo, words by 
Wm. B. Tappan, music by H. P. 
Danks; contralto. [95 

© by Bertha Danks Builder, 
Philadelphia, as child of the de- 
ceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7896, Jan. 20, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 20, 1888. 
no. 5543. 

Yen i Creator (Gome gracious Spirit) ; 
by C. G. Stearns ; bar. or contralto 
solo. [96 

© by Florence B. Condy, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as ex- 
ecutor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 7929, Jan. 21, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Dec. 13, 1888, no. 35682. 



Water fairies. 
odist. 



See Prohibition mel- 



Westward ho ! grand galop de con- 
cert, by G. D. Wilson, op. 56. [97 

© by Josephine M. Wilson, Ny- 
ack, N. Y., as widow of the author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 7947, Jan. 29, 1916. Renewal 
entry, June 26, 1902, no. G 29121. 

Wolf (The) is on the hill; hunting 
chorus [by C. A. White] ; in E flat ; 
mixed voices. [98 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased author, 
in extension for 14 years. Renewal 
no. 7836, Jan. 14, 1916. Renewal 
entry, Jan. 2, 1902, no. 19547. 

Wonderful love; words by Grace J. 
Frances [pseud, of Fanny J. Cros- 
by], music by H. P. Main. [99 

© by Hubert Piatt Main, New 
York, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 7395, Jan. 6, 
1916. Original entry, Dec. 29, 1888, 
no. 37365. 

W^OULD YE LEAVE YOUR HOME, ROBIN ; 

ballad, by C. A. White. [100 

© by Daniel L. White, Winthrop, 
Mass., as child of the deceased 
author, in extension for 14 years. 
Renewal no. 7842, Jan. 14, 1916. 
Renewal entry, Apr. 18. 1902, no. 
C 25220. 

l ere mazurka. See Saint-Saens (C. C.) 



87 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE ACT 
OF MAR. 4, 1909. [1447 



Amaeella ; by Winne. [101 

© G. Ricorri & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 188. 

Blndante favoei. See Beethoven (Lud- 

wig van) 

At best and Each eose ; by Florence 

Ayhvard. [102 

■© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 190. 

At the fountain of youth. [103 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

Baa, baa, black sheep ; from Twenty 
nursery rhymes, by Edmond Rickett, 
op. 16. * [104 

© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Babes in the mood. [105 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter. New York. Notice rec'd 

Jan. 22, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

Baby bunting ; from Twenty nursery 
rhymes, by Edmond Rickett, op. 16. 

[106 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Andante 
favori ; by van Beethoven, arr. bv 
Seifert. [107 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Belle (La) Gigugin ; by Pirani. [10S 
© Carl Fischer. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 1, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Blue eyes I love; by Coningsby 

Clarke. [109 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded. 

v. 2. p. 190. 



Each eose. See At rest and Each 
rose. 

Emeeald (The) isle ; by Otto Langey. 

[110 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 22, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 187. 

Ghost (The) of the teeeible blues. 

[Ill 
© Harry Yon Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2. p. 187. 

GlELS YOU AEE SUCH WONDERFUL 

things ; by Victor Jacobi. [112 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

Hickory, dickoey, dock ; from Twenty 
nursery rhymes by Edmond Rickett, 
op. 16. [113 

© Oliver Ditson co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 189. 

I MIGHT BE COAXED DEAE, BUT NOT BY 

YOU. [114 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

It's an awful thing to not know 
wheee you are. [115 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Jan. 24, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

It takes a great big Irish heart. 

[116 
© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916; recorded. 
v. 2. p. 188. 

Just you ; by Burleigh. [117 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 188. 



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1447 (118) 



pt. iii, n. s., v. 11 



Kindest (The) cae I ever knew. 

[118 
© Carrie Jacobs-Bond & son, Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

Kitten's quartette. [119 

© Carrie Jacobs-Bond & son, Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1916: 
recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

Letter duet ; from Sybil, by Victor 

Jacobi. [120 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 187. 

Little ( A ) bird song ; by Montague 

F. Phillips. [121 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 190. 

Little Bo Peep ; from Twenty nursery 
rhvmes, bv Edmond Rickett, op. 16. 

[122 
'.© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Mary, Mary; from Twenty nursery 
rhymes, by Edmond Rickett, op. 16. 

[123 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Naughty (The) kitten. [124 

© Carrie Jacobs-Bond & son, Chi- 
cago. Notice rec'd Jan. 22, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

Nocturnette ; by Hope. [125 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 188. 

Oh, oh. oh, she's breaking my heart. 

[126 
© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 

Pat-a-cake; from Twenty nursery 
rhymes by Edmond Rickett, op. 16. 

[127 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 189. 

Pirate story; by Graham Peel. [128 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 : recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 



Pussy cat; from Twenty nursery 
rhymes, by Edmond Rickett, op. 16. 

[129 
© Oliver Ditson co., Boston. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 189. 

Rosalie; by McKee. [130 

© G. Ricordi & co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 26, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 188. 

Sadie love. [131 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 28, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 187. 

Serenade: by Mark Andrews, op. 28. 

[132 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 2, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Song oe the sea. [133 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'cl Feb. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 189. 

Steppin' down along the road ; by 

Alec Wilson. [134 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 190. 

Tell the town hello to-night ; by 
Sigmund Romberg. [135 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Jan. 28, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 189. 

There's ever a song somewhere ; by 

Ward-Stephens. [136 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 190. 

TWO CAN PLAY THAT GAME ; by Victor 

Jacobi. [137 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

Valse de concert; by Saar. [138 

© Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 1, 1916: recorded, v. 2, 
p. 189. 

When you're dancing the old fash- 
ioned WALTZ. [139 
© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Jan. 25, 1916 : 
recorded, v. 2, p. 187. 



90 



NOTICES OF USER 



no. 1, 1916 


1447 (143) 


White bikd ; a bird novelette. [140 


You can't get along with 'em. [142 


© Chas. K. Harris, New York. 


© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 


Notice rec'd Feb. 2, 1916; recorded, 


tice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916; recorded, 


v. 2, p. 189. 


v. 2, p. 188. 


With money you can't go wrong ; 


You're the best little mother that 


by Victor Jacobi. [141 


God ever made. [143 


© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 


© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 


Notice rec'd Jan. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 


Notice rec'd Feb. 2, 1916; recorded, 


v. 2, p. 190. 


v. 2, n 189. 



91 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



'A canzona 'e pusilleco; versi di A. 
Califano, musica di P. Fonzo, of 
Italy; mandolino ace. Card 7£ by 
10* inches. [1448 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369576; Italian book co., New 
York. 

'A femmena stjldato ; versi di A. Bar- 
bieri, musica di E. Cannio, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 7* by 10i 
inches. [1449 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369574; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Ach so fromm. See Flotow (Fried- 
rich von) 

Adamiana ; grosses opern-potpourri der 

beliebtesten komponisten, bearb. von 

Louis Ruffin; piano 2 ms. [1450 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369491 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

After the wae; words and music by 
R. G. Allen, of U. S. [1451 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377221; 
Ruby Galbraith Allen, New York. 

Agincotjet (The) song; words, and 
old English melody from 15th cen- 
tury, arr. by Geoffrey Shaw, of Great 
Britain ; mixed voices unacc. 4to. 

[1452 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 24. 
1916; E 369386; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Agitato no. 4; by Adolf Minot, of 

U. S. ; orch. ( Schirmer's photoplay 

series, 19 P.) [1453 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377225 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Ah, che mm' he fatto fa' ; versi di A. 
Mario, musica di E. Bellini, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 1\ by 10i 
inches. [1454 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369588; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Aies and graces; gavotte by Henry 

Weyts, of Belgium ; piano. [1455 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369440; Alfred Lengnick & co., 

London. 



All' armi; versi di G. Magliani, mu- 
sica di F. Buongiovanni, of Italy; 
mandolino ace. Card 7* inches by 
10i inches. [1456 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369568; Italian book co., New 
York. 

All in a day ; words and music by & 
Downing, of U. S. [1457 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375968; 
Sam Downing, New York. 

All the world for Jesus ; words by 
George Tillman Snead, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, jr., of U. S. 

[1458 
© Jan. 31, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916; 
E 375984; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

All things that we clasp; words by 
Emma Lazarus, from the German 
of Heine, music by Frank Bridge, 
of Great Britain. [1459 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369541; Boosey & co., London. 

All we can ; words and music by Hal- 
dor Lillenas, of U. S. [1460 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375987; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Allegro no. 2; by Otto Hangey, of 
U. S., motion pictures arr. for full 
orchestra with piano ace. (Schir- 
mer's photoplay series, 2, 16 P.) 

[1461 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377164; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Aloha oe ; by Queen Liliuokalani, with 
musical chart and arr. of Hawaiian 
method of playing guitar self taught 
by W. K. Alohikea, of Hawaii domi- 
ciled at Chicago. Cleveland, O., 
Wm. K. Alohikea. [1462 

© Nov. 28, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 14, 
1916; E 377230; Wm. K. Alohikea, 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



1463 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Als Gott, dee Herr, dich einst; lied 
aus Die Jiidin, oper von J. F. Ha- 
levy, fantasie arr. von Louis Ruffin, 
of Belgium ; piano 2 ms. [1463 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369477; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

AM ABEND VOR St CYPRIAN J KolO 

tanzen, Kolo tanzen, Slavischer tanz 
aus der operette [Farst] Xandeii, 
text von Theo Halton, music von 
Joseph Snaga, of Germany ; gesang 
and piano. [1464 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 367895 ; Thalia theater ver- 
lag, Berlin. 

Ame d' amour (Soul of love) ; valse 
by Frank E. Barry, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1465 
© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377338 ; Roger Graham, Chicago. 

AmMore cumpagno ; versi di Ferd. 
Russo, musica di P. E. Fonzo, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10£ inches. [1466 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369593; Italian book co., New 
York. 

A mmore malinconico ; versi di E. 
Nicolardi, musica di E. Nardella, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10£ inches. [1467 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. .8, 1916 ; 
E 369591; Italian book co., New 
York. 

A mmore se ne va . . . ; versi di Ferd. 
Russo, musica di E. Nutile, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 1\ inches by 
1(H inches. [1468 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369585; Italian book co., New 
York. 

A more e patria; versi di G. Capurro, 
musica di N. Valente, of Italy ; man- 
dolino ace. Card 1\ inches by 10^ 
inches. [1469 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369565; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Annelis g'wusse; ged. von A. Marti, 
music by F. O. Leu, of Switzerland, 
op. 22, no. 5 ; gesang und piano. 

[1470 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

y: 369517; B. Schott's sohne. Mainz. 



Annie Laurie; music by M. Green- 

wald, of U. S. ; words ad lib. [1471 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 

1916; E 378085; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Any man who has a job has a 
chance; words and music by Geo. 
L. Rothermel, of U. S., op. 104. 

[1472 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378123; Rothermel music 
pub. co., Sunbury, Pa. 

Any old night is a lonesome old 
night; words by Joe Young, music 
by Bert Grant, of U. S. [1473 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377309; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

Apple (The) and the worm; words 
by J. Kling, music by R. Clifford 
Bittle, of U. S. 4to. [1474 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375959; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Arabian dance; characteristic folk 
dance, by Platon Brounoff, of U. S. ; 
piano. [1475 

© Jan. 29. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377166; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Archer (R. H.) Ten Easter carols: 
ed. by R. H. Archer, of U. S. ; 
unison or mixed voices. 4to. [1476 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378057 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Are you coming back to me ; words 
and music by J. Orabona, of U. S., 
arr. by P. Caparrossi, of Italy. 

[1477 
© Jan. 31. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916: E 369548; Joseph Orabona, 
New Haven. 

Are you from Dixie; by George L. 
Cobb, arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus, of 
U. S. ; solo cornet with band ace. 
4to. [1478 

© Feb. 11. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12. 
1916 ; E 378111 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Are you half the man your mother 
thought you'd be; words by Leo 
Wood, music by Harry De Costa ,of 
U. S. [1479 

© 1 c. Feb. 4. 1916; E 377300; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 



94 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 2, 1916 



1495 



Aria 'e campagna ; versi di A. Barbieri, 
musica di E. Bellini, of Italy ; man- 
dolin ace. Card 7^ inches by 10 h 
inches. [1480 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369599; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Arpeggio studies ; by Goby Eberhardt, 
ed. by Hugo Ries, of U. S. ; violin. 
(Boston music co. ed., 86) [1481 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378051 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Asra; words by Fred. E. Weatherly, 
music by Ernest Newton, of Eng- 
land ; no. 3 in A flat. [1482 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 367948 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

At all times (En tous temps) ; par 
J. B. Sorbi, of France, op. 54; in- 
termezzo pour piano-conclucteur. 
4to. [1483 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369398; J. B. Sorbi, Sidi Bel 
Abbes, Algerie. 

At the races ; by Gertrude J. Bartlett, 
of U. S. ; piano. [1484 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. .Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375914; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. 

Au coq gattlois ; paroles de Ernest 
Jaubert, musique de Mte. Vanina- 
Casalonga, of France; chant et pi- 
ano. Paris, Wykes editeur. [1485 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369394; Mte. Vanina Casalonga, 
Neuilly sur Seine, France. 

Auber (Daniel Francois Esprit) O 
senke, susser schlaf , dich nieder ; 
lied aus der oper, Die stumme von 
Portici, von D. F. E. Auber, fantasie 
liber die arie, bearb. von Louis Ruf- 
fin, of Belgium ; piano 2 hdg. [1486 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369480 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Stumme (Die) von Portici (La 

muette de Portici) ; fantasie liber 
die oper v. D. F. E. Auber, bearb. 
von L. Jansa, of Bohemia ; violine 
und klavier. [1487 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369505; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



Auberiana ; grosses potpourri iiber die 
beliebtesten melodien, aus Auber s 
werken, bearb. von Louis Ruflin, of 
Germany, fur piano 2 ms. [1488 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369489 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Auswahl von 62 etuden ; von J. B. 
Cramer, mit . . . fingersatz, dynamik 
und phrasierung . . . herausgegeben 
von Emil Sauer, of Germany ; piano. 

[1489 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369463; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, 

Germany. [Copyright is claimed on 

fingering & phrasing.] 

Autumn leaves ; by F. Lenz, of U. S. ; 
piano. [1490 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375960; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Autumn reverie; by Gordon French, 

of Australia ; piano solo. [1491 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369417; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 

London. 

Aux morts ; poesie de Maurice de Bru- 
noff, musique de Mte. Vanina-Casa- 
longa, of France ; chant et piano. 

[1492 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369400; Marguerite Casalonga, 
Neuilly sur Seine, France. 

See also Chants (Les) de la 

guerre. 

Awake, my soul ! trio, words by 
Thomas Ken, music by Henry Les- 
lie, eel. by H. L. Heartz, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices, sop., alto and ten. 4to. 
(The choral service, no. 842.) [1493 
© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377301; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Awake thou that sleepest; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by B. S. 
Morrison, of U. S. Philadelphia. 
The chancel choir. 4to. [1494 

© Feb. 5, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916; 
E 375955; Robert M. Stults, Nor- 
wood, Pa. 

Away, away, at break of day; hunt- 
ing song, words by Edith Sanford 
Tillotson, music by Irving Gingrich, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. [1495 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377321; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chi- 



cago. 



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1496 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Ay ! Palomita ; habanera, words, Eng- 
lish translation and music by M. P. 
Gainsborg, of U. S. [1496 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377155; 
Maria Paz Gainsborg, New York. 

B-I-M-I-T march ; march song, words 
by Harry Mitchell, music by G. E. 
Mack, of U. S. (On cover: Buy it 
made in Texas.) [1497 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377196 ; G. E. Mack & Harry Mit- 
chell, San Angelo, Tex. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian) Konzert 
in C moll ; von J. S. Bach bearb. von 
Conrad Berner, of Germany ; 2 vio- 
linen und klavier. [1498 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369464; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Back, back to baby days ; words and 
music by Fred Godfrey, A. J. Mills 
and Bennett Scott, of England. 

[1499 
© Jan. 31, 1911 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367931 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

Back to the farm ; words by J. W. 
Failing, music by Carl Muehiing 
[pseud for Ethel Fisher] of U. S. 

[1500 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377141; 
J. W. Failing, Jewell, Kans. 

Back to the U. S. A. ; words by F. 

Olbrich, music by Robert Van Sickle. 

of U. S. [1501 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375894; 

Florian Olbrich, Terre Haute, Ind. 

Badinage ; by Charles Huerter ; piano. 

[1502 
© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377302; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Balaklava ; part song, words by Lord 
Alfred Tennyson, music by Bruno 
Huhn, of Great Britain; men's 
voices. (Octavo ed. no. 128S2) 

[1503 

© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 

E 369385 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Bameh madlikin ; by J. Rosenblatt, 

of U. S., mixed voices. 4to. [1504 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 377176; Hebrew pub. co., New 

York. 

Bankerne ved dee. See Torjussen 
(Trygve) Femsange. No. la. 



Barbier (Der) von Bagdad; potpourri 
aus der oper von Peter Cornelius, 
bearb. von L. Adam, of Germany; 
piano 2ms. [1505 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369498; B Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange 
ment.] 

Barcarolle; by Geo. Noyes Rockwell, 

of U. S. ; pipe organ. [1506 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10 

1916; E 378086; Theo. Presser co. 

Philadelphia. 

Bayreuther marsch. See Wagner 
(Richard) 

Be faithful to Jesus ; words by Ada 

Blenkhorn, music by James M. 

Black. [1507 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 

E 375896; Kern G. Bottorf, Chicago. 

Be loving right along ; words by Mrs. 
F. A. Breck, music by A. A. Baldwin, 
of U. S. [1508 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375998; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Bears. See Lights and shadows of 
childhood, no. 3. 

Beautiful garden of love ; words by 
A. A. Clough, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [1509 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377270; 

Alice A. Clough, Waupan, Wis. 

Beautiful story of love ; waltz song, 

words by Darl MacBoyle, music by 

Leon De Costa, of U. S. [1510 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377235; 
Karczag pub. co., New York. 
Belfry echoes ; reverie, by Shiel Daw- 
son, of Great Britain; piano, intro. 
chimes. [1511 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E 369406; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 
Benedicite omnia opera, no. 1 in A; 
words arr. from the Bible, music by 
F. G. Albert, of U. S. 4to. [1512 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377234; Robin Ellis, New 
York. 
Benediction; hymn-anthem, words by 
John Newton, music by Lucien G. 
Chaffin, of U. S. ; mixed voices, 
piano or organ ace. 4to. (Series of 
anthems for mixed voices, no. 4000.) 

[1513 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377326; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 



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1528 



Berge (Irenee) Two songs; words 
by Alexander Groves, music by I. 
Berge, of U. S. (a) But lay thy 
lips. — (b) The daisy chain. [1514 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378151; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Berlioz ( Hector-Louis ) Regimental 
(The) song (Rakoczy, Hungarian 
march) ; text von Frederick H. Mar- 
tens, music by Berlioz, arr. by Alfred 
J. Silver, of England, chorus of 
mixed voices and piano. (Secular 
choruses, octavo edition, no. 4054.) 

[1515 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 367940; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Bernard & Phillips; Dutch song, 
words by Sam Lewis & Joe Young, 
music by Geo. W. Meyer, of U. S. 

[1516 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377159; 
Water son, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

Beruhmte ballet-mtjsik ; grosses pot- 
pourri, arr. von L. Adam, of Ger- 
many; piano 2 ms. (Cover-title: 
Ballet-potpourri) [1517 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369481; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Beste (Der) liebesbrief. See Rich- 
ard (August) Drei gesange, no. 3. 

Bethany. See Holy (The) Land. 

Beware of loveland fair; words by 
Norman Lawrence, music by Eugene 
Platzmann, of U. S. [1518 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377194; 
Norman Lawrence Pollard, New 
York. 

Bid love awake; part song, words by 
E. M. Epps, music by Orlando A. 
Mansfield, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
4to. [1519 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 378120 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Bizet (Georges) Blumenlied aus Car- 
men; cantabile: La fleur que tu 
m'avais jetee, von G. Bizet, fantasie 
arr. von Fred M. Voss, of Germany, 
original tonart ; piano. 2 ms. [1520 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 : 
E 369496; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



B] zet ( Georges ) — Continued. 

■ Carmen; fantasie iiber das lied, 

Hier an dem busen treu geborgen. 
blumenarie, aus der oper von G. 
Bizet, bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of 
Belgium. 1. Violine und piano. 2. 
Piano, 2 ms. (Cover-title of no. 2: 
Blumenlied, Carmen) [1521,1522 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369504, 369479; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



grand selection by Bizet, com- 
piled and arr. by Geo. D. Barnard, of 
U. S. ; orch. % [1523 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377211 ; Fillmore brothers co., Cin- 
cinnati. 



Carmen-quadrille ; mit deutschen 

und franzosischen kommandoworten, 
quadrille frangaise-contre danse, von 
G. Bizet, bearbeitet v. L. Adam, of 
Germany ; piano 2 ms. [1524 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369468 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Blessed (The) hope; words by Jessie 
E. B. Lewis, music by Nellie Lewis 
Hoffner, of U. S. (In The Lewis 
Lawrence Evangelistic party, the 
California Evangelists.) [1525 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375909; Robert Charles 
Lewis, Los Angeles. 

Blue waves (Ondas arules) ; waltz by 
M. Valverde, of Guatemala, C. A., 
domiciled at San Francisco ; piano. 

[1526 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377342; 
Mariano Valverde, San Francisco. 

Blumenlied aus Carmen. See Bizet 
(Georges) 

Bohemia; march-two step by G. 

Schleiffarth, of U. S. ; piano. [1527 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 

1916; E 377241; Geo. Schleiffarth, 

Chicago. 

Boots ; words by Rudyard Kipling, 
music by Hazel H. S. Felman; bass 
or baritone. [1528 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377212 ; Gamble hinged music co., 
Chicago. 



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Bokg (Oscar) To religi0se sange; 
musik af O. Borg, of Norway, for 
sang og orgel eller piano. Con- 
tents: — 1. Mit hjem. — 2. Hvad taen- 
ker du om himlen. [1529 

© Sept. 10, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 387878 ; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Brahma; part-song, words by R. W. 
Emerson, music by H. Graham God- 
frey, of Great Britain; male voices. 
4to. [1530 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369426; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Brautgesang; von Ad. Jensen, op. 45, 
no. 2, bearb. von G. Horvath, of 
Hungary; violine und piano. [1531 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369516; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Brave eyes ; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Donald Crichton, of 
England. 1. No. 1 in B flat. 2. No. 
2 in C. [1532, 1533 

© Jan. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. each Jan. 27, 
1916; E 367913, 367914; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Bric-a-brac; valse, music by Lionel 
Monckton, arr. by H. M. Higgs, of 
Great Britain; piano. [1534 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 369601; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Bright and early ; march by Constan- 
ts Wieghorst, of U. S. ; piano. 
Brooklyn, Rehbein bros. [1535 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377249; Martin Rehbein, Brook- 
lyn. 

Brighten up the shady spots ; words 
by Lizzie De Armond, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [1536 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378003; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Bring along your loving ways ; from 
Robinson Crusoe, jr., lyrics by Har- 
old Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg, of Austria, domiciled at 
New York, and James F. Hanley, of 
U. S. [1537 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12. 
1916; E 378106; G. Schirmer. New 
York. 



Britannia's call; words and music 
by J. C. Lawrie, arr. by Jules Brazil, 
of Great Britain. [1538 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 367965; John C. Lawrie, Hamil- 
ton, Canada. 

British (The) drum; words by Al- 
fred Murray, music by Cecil Webb- 
Johnson, of England. [1539 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 367911; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Bugle call rag ; fox trot by J. Hubert 
Blake and Carey Morgan, arr. by 
D. Onivas, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[1540 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375863; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 

Busy for Jesus ; words by Miriam E. 
Arnold, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
jr., of U. S. [1541 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375993; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

But lay thy lips. See BergS 
(Irenee) 

Buy it made in Texas. See B-I-M-I-T. 

By Jacob's well. See Holy (The) 

Land. 

C'est la guerre. See Chants (Les) 
de la guerre. 

Cachoucha. See Raff (J. J.) 

Cake walk neath the Dixie moon ; 
words by Dave M. Allan, music by 
Bob. Allan, of U. S. [1542 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 377161 ; Forster music pub- 
lisher, Chicago. 

Call (The) ; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Herbert 
Oliver, of Great Britain ; no. 3 in 
B flat. [1543 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369420; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Call (The) of a nation; lyric by H. 
Hell ins?, music bv Leonarde Yellman. 
of U. S. sq. 4to. [1544 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375923 : Henry Helling, Mil- 
waukee. 

Call (A) to worship; anthem by 
James H. Rogers, of U. S. ; chorus 
of mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. 

[1545 
© Feb. 5. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 878071 : G. Schirmer. New York. 



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Campana (La) di San Giusto; parole 
di G. Drovetti, musica di Colombino 
Arona, di Italy; mandolino e canto. 
4to. [1546 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369558; Peter Tesio, New York. 

Camping in Idaho; words by H. P. 
McClure, music by L. A. Clark, of 
U. S. [1547 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377127; Hattie P. McClure, 
St. Maries, Idaho. 

Campus days ; words and music by F. 

R. Prusha, of IT. S. [1548 

© Jan. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; 

E 375915; Frederick R. Prusha. 

Cedar Rapids, la. 

Canadian (The) boys; words by Mrs. 
J. F. Kitchen, music bv J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [1549 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377102; 
Mrs. J. F. Kitchen, Steelton, Ont, 
Canada. 

Cannibal (The) club; march by G. 
L. Lansing, of U. S. ; banjo in A and 
C notation. [1550 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375919 ; H. F. Odell & co., 
Boston. 

Canoe (The) ; words anon., music by 
Phyllis Fergus, of U. S. [1551 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375859; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Canzone gabibaldina ; versi di Libero 
Bovo, musica di Rodolfo Falvo, of 
Italy; canto e mandolino. 4to. 

[1552 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367950; Italian book co., 
New York. 

Canzone gelosa ; versi di A. Califano, 
musica di P. E. Fonzo, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 7£ inches bv 
10£ inches. [1553 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369598: Italian book co., New 
York. 

Caprices over et originalthema ; af 
Sverre Jordan, of Norway, op. 10, 
for piano. [1554 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916 : 
E 367879; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Carmen. See Bizet (Georges) 

Carmen - quadrille. See Bizet 

( Georges ) 



Carmen, you're the passion of my 
dreams; words by Al. Piantadosi, 
music by Jack Glogau, of U. S. 

[1555 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378036; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Caro mio ben ; fantasie, iiber das lied, 
von T. Giordani, bearb. von Louis 
Ruffin, of Belgium. 1. Yioline u. 
klavier. 2. Piano, 2 ms. [1556, 1557 
© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c each Feb. 
| 2, 1916; E 369515, 369532; B. 
Schott's sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Cascade waltz ; by G. D. Evans, of 
U. S. ; piano. [1558 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31. 
1916; E 375912; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. 

Catena; versi di R. Ferraro-Correra, 
musica di N. Valente, of Italy ; man- 
dolino ace. Card 1\ inches by 10* 
inches. [1559 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369572; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Cecelia march ; by B. Walgrew and 

R. Wilson, of U. S. ; piano. [1560 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377177; 

Bertha Walgrew & Ruth Wilson. 

Harcourt, la. 

Champagne ; lyric by Darl Mac Boyle, 
music bv Leon De Costa, of U. S. 

[1561 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377139; 

Karczag publishing co., New York. 

Chansons (Les) du village; poesies 
de Ch. Grandmougin, niusique de 
Jacques Orly, of France; chant et 
piano. Nos. 1-24. 4to. [1562 

© Jan. 8. 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369397 ; J. Orly, Paris. 

Chant du bivouac See Wi^niawski 
(Henri) Drei capricen, no. 3. 

Chants (Les) de la guerre; paroles 
et musique de Pierre Lasserre, of 
France ; chant et piano. Contents : — 
1. C'est la guerre. — 2. Matin de ba- 
taille. — 3. La victoire. — 4. Aux morts. 

[1563 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 : 
E 369393; Rouart, Lerolle et cie.. 
Paris. 



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Chants populaiees des Acadiens ; 

premiere edition. 4to. [1564 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 

E 369533; Societe l'assomption, 

Moncton, N. B. 

Chanuko (Die) licht (Haneroth ha- 
lolu) ; from Whose child, lyrics by 
H. Kaufman, music by S. Secunda. 
of U. S. [1565 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378116; Samuel Goldberg, 
New York. 

Che vu6 sape ; versi di Fercl. Russo, 
musica cli F. Fortezza, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 1\ inches by 
10| inches. [1566 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369587; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Chi doeme ca dtjemesse; versi di D. 
Furno, musica di F. Fortezza, of 
Italy : mandolino ace. Card 1\ inches 
by 10| inches. [1567 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369597; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Chicky chic chic Chicago ; words by 
Paul A. Lewis, music by Bernisne G. 
Clements, of U. S. [1568 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 378062; Lewis & Elnaugh, 
San Antonio. 

Chopin (Feedeeic Feancois) Com- 
plete works for the pianoforte ; book 
10, rondos by F. Chopin, newly ed., 
rev., and fingered by Rafael Joseffy, 
of U. S., with prefatory note by 
James Huneker, of U. S. (Schir- 
mer's library of musical classics, v. 
1184.) [1569 

© Feb. 1, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916; 
E 375971; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing, 
revision, fingering and prefatory 
note.] 

■ Nocturne ; von Fr. Chopin, op. 

37, no. 1, bearb. von Fritz Meyer, of 

Germany ; violine und piano. [1570 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369494 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Ringlein (Das) ; von Fr. Chopin, 

fantasie in tanzform, bearb. von 
Louis Ruffin, of Belgian. 1. Piano 2 
ras. 2. Violine und klavier. 

[1571, 1572 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 

1916; E 369469, 369522; B. Schott's 

sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 



Cheist, the eeal Immanuel (Chris- 
tus, der wahre Emanuel) ; a Christ- 
mas song, words and music by M. L. 
Esternaux, of Germany, domiciled 
in San Francisco; high voice. San 
Francisco, Moseley pub. co. [1573 
© Dec. 10, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 6, 1915 ; 
1 c. Dec. 24, 1915 ; E 376094 ; Max L. 
Esternaux, San Francisco. 

Cheist, the victoeioiis ; cantata for 
Easter, words and music by Arthur 
Miller, of Canada, domiciled in New 
York ; solo voices, chorus and organ. 
4to. (The life of Christ, a series of 
cantatas, no. 3.) [1574 

© Feb. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 375920 ; Victor pub. co., New York. 

Cheist victoeious ; cantata for Easter, 
words selected from Holy Scriptures 
and Lutheran hymnary, music by 
Haldor Hanson, of U. S. 4to. 
(Northern edition no. 325.) [1575 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377345; Northern book & music 
co., Chicago. 

Cheistmas bells ; carol, words by 
Alex. Small, music by J. S. Ander- 
son, of Scotland ; treble voices. 4to. 
(Choral album, no. 1237.) [1576 
© Dec. 23, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 369411 ; Bay ley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow, Scotland. 

City (The) of beautiful nonsense; 
a musical pantomime, music by 
James M. Beck, jr., arr. by Frank 
Saddler, of U. S. ; piano. [1577 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 377165 ; Junior league, New 
York. 

Clematis ; par Denis DuprS, of Great 
Britain ; piano. [1578 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 367963; A. Hammond & co., Lon- 
don. 

Clyde (The) eag; words by F. D. Mc- 
Intvre, jr., music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [1579 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377116; 
Finlay D. Mclntyre, jr., North 
Adams, Mass. 

Cold tuekey; one step by William 
Donaldson, arr. by Eugene Platz- 
mann, of U. S. ; piano. [1580 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17. 
1916 ; E 375869 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., New York. 



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1598 



Columbia foe peace; words by E. B. 
Bary, music by A. C. Glaubert, of 
U. S. [1581 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377180; 
Brail B. Bary, San Francisco. 

Come again sweet love. See Saar 
(Louis Victor) Three old English 
songs. 
Come back to Eein, Mona darling; 
Irish march ballad, words and music 
by Dave Reed, of U. S. [1582 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 377153 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Come back to youk lonesome gal ; 
words by Ray Hibbeler, music by 
Erwin R. Schmidt, of U. S. Chicago, 
Lyceum music publishers. [1583 

© Feb. 5. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377333 ; C. A. Grimm, Chicago. 

Come be a volunteee; words and 

music by B. Evans, of U. S. [1584 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377207 ; Bruce Evans, Long Beach, 

Cal. 

Come beloved; words and music by 

F. Matson, of Great Britain. [1585 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369445 ; Florian Matson, Hastings, 

England. 

Come home again ; ancient verse, 
music by H. W. Davies, of England. 
(In The fellowship song book, part 
1, no. 86.) [1586 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 369075; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. 

Come unto me, Redeemee; words and 
music by B. D. Cornell, of U. S. 

[1587 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378023 ; Bessie Dick Cornell, Han- 
nibal, Mo. 

Come with me to the movies ; words 

by Clyde C. Westover, music by P. I. 

Jacoby, of U. S. [1588 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916; E 378045; 

Philip Isaac Jacoby, San Francisco. 

Communion seevice in B flat; by G. 
C Munson, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
Springfield, Mass., C. A. Blodgett. 
4to. [1589 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378014 ; G. Curtis Munson, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

Complete woeks foe the pianofoete. 
See Chopin (F. F.) 



Confetti; a carnival scene, by Henry 

Weyts, of Belgium ; piano. ' [159*0 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369441; Alfred Lengnick & co., 

London. 

Considee the lilies ; words from the 
Bible, music by Paul Bliss, of U. S. ; 
men's voices. 4to. [1591 

© Feb. 1, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916; 
E 375956; Willis music co., CiiMun- 
nati. 

Constancy; words by Chas. Hanson 
Towne, music by Girard Blair, of 
U. S. ; no. 1 in D flat. [1592 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378147; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Could my long-lost deeam come back 

to me? words by I. Franklin, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1593 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377117; 

Irene Franklin, Denver. 

Ceadle of libeety; march by Alfred 
E. Joy, of U. S. ; piano. [1594 

© Dec. 16, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375935 ; Walter Jacobs, Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Ceadle song. See Woodhouse 
(Charles) Four Russion melodies, 
no. 1. 

Ceedo ; ed. and adapted by C. W. Doug- 
las, of U. S. ; vocal score. (In Missa 
penitentialis) [1595 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378135; Charles Winfred 
Douglas, New York. 

Cuddling time; words by Sylvester 
Maguire, music by Lucien Denni, of 
U. S. [1596 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377145; Buck & Lowney, 
St. Louis. 

Cumbeeland ; words and music by 

Halsey K. Mohr, of U. S. [1597 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 

E 378038; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 

inc., New York. 

Dachtaeawan. See Rubinstein 

(A. G.) 

Daisy chain. See Berge" (Ir6n§e) 

Dance and play; waltz by Pierre 

Renard, of U. S. ; piano. [1598 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 

1916; E 378087: Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 



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Danse ancienne. See Winge (Per) 

Seks lyriske stykker, no. 2f. 
Danse burlesque ; af Fridthjof Krist- 

offersen, of Norway, for piano. 

[1599 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

1916; E 367890; Norsk musikforlag, 

Kristiania, Norway. 
Danse des bohemiens. See Saint- 

Saens (C. C.) Princesse (La) 

Jaune. 
Dawn and evening ; words by C. A. 

from the German of Heine, music 

by Frank Bridge, of Great Britain. 

[1600 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 

E 369542; Boosey & co., London. 
Dawn (The) of the peaceful age; 

words bv G. R. Sinning, music by 

Otto Merz, of U. S. [1601 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1916; E 375881; Geo. R. Sinning, 

Pittsburgh. 
Dawning (The) of tomorrow; words 

by W. J. Lawler, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [1602 

i© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377182; 

W. J. Lawler, Mingo Jet., O. 
Dead (The) Sea. See Holy (The) 

Land. 
Death, where is thy sting ; Easter 

anthem, by Franciscus Nagler, 

adapted by E. B. Melville, of U. S. ; 

chorus of mixed voices. 4to. [1603 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 378052 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on adapta- 
tion] 
Deeper joys ; words and music by F. 

M. Lehman, har. by Claudia F. 

Lehman, of U. S. [1604 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 20, 1916 ; 

E 377295; Frederick M. Lehman, 

Pasadena, Cal. 
Deutschen (Der) wehrmanner 

spruch ; text von Alfred Maderno, 

musik von Hedwig Grosse, of Ger- 
many ; gesang und piano. [1605 
© Dec. 17. 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 367902; Harmonie-verlag. 

Berlin. 
Devon men ; words by Percy Haselden, 

music by Charles Villiers Stanford, 

of England. No. 3 in C. [1606 

© Jan. 31. 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 

E 369535; Enoch & sons, London. 
Pis ol : place don't seem like home 

no mo' ; words and music by G. C. 

Bottles, Of U. S. [1607 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377267: 

Geo. C. Bottles. Dayton. O. 



Divine (The) call; words and music 
by W. C. Highfleld, of U. S. [1608 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375867; Winner C. High- 
field, Wilmington, Del. 

Divine (The) healer; words and mu- 
sic by Sarah J. Beazley, of U. S. 

[160S 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375981; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Do what your mother did, I'll do the 
same as your dad; words by Will 
Dillon, music by Albert Von Tilzer, 
of U. S. [1610 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 378141; Broadway music Corp., 
New York. 

Do you love me; poem by F. Sanft, 
music by R. A. Browne, of U. S. 

[1611 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377173; 
F. Sanft, Boston. 

Dodging; words by Marvin R. Doty, 
music by G. Hall, of U. S. [1612 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916; E 37804T; 
Gertrude Hall, New York. 

Doing the little things ; words and 

music by L. E. Jones. [1613 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 

1916; E 375897; Kern G. Bottorf, 

Chicago. 

Doktor bacsi ne izeljen ugy ; szoveget 
irta, Brody Miksa es Martos Ferenc, 
zenejet szerzette, Kalman Imre, of 
Hungary, terzett od. Zsuzsi Kissass- 
zony ; operett 3 felvonasban : II. 
ftizet. [1614 

© Nov. 8, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 369351 ; Rozsavolgyi es tsa, Buda- 
pest, Hungary. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Donizettiana ; 
grosses opern-potpourri, liber die 
beliebtesten melodien, von G. Doni- 
zetti, bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of 
Belgium ; piano 2 ms. [1615 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369488 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Lucia di Lammermoor ; grand 

selection by Donizetti, arr. by Geo. 
D. Barnard, of U. S. ; orch. [1616 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375933; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Donizettiana. Sec Donizetti (Gae- 
tano) 



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1633 



DORNROSCHENS BRAUTFAHRT J Cliarak- 

terstiick von Max Rohde, of Ger- 
many, op. 8, arr. fur grosses orches- 
ter [steichquintett, brass u. reeds.] 
4to. [1617 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
B 367946; Apollo- verlag, Berlin. 

Double-stop studies. See Preparatory 
exercises to the double-stop studies. 

Down an old familiar way; words 

by A. R. Simpson, music by Ben An- 

slow, of U. S. [1618 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377223; 

Allan R. Simpson, Canton, O. 

Down in Birmingham ; words and 

music by W. T. J. Butterworth, arr. 

by Jean Walz, of U. S. [1619 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377334; 

Walter T. J. Butterworth, Chicago. 

Dramatic allegro no. 1, and Pa- 
thetic andante no. 1 ; by Otto 
Langey, of U. S. ; orch. ( Schirmer's 
photoplay series, 18 P.) [1620 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377224 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Dream of Eden; waltz by R. O. Erie- 
bach, of U. S. ; piano. [1621 
© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377340; 
Rudolph O. Erlebach, Newark, N. J. 

Dream (The) robber; trio, words by 
Sarojini Naidu, music by Edith 
Lang, of U. S. ; women's voices, pf . 
ace, violin ad lib. 4to. [1622 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 377232; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Dreibundnismarsch ; Deutschland, 
Oesterreich, Tiirkei, von J. Weiss, of 
Germany, fur klavier. [1623 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367909; Josef Weiss, 
Charlottenburg, Germany. 

Drink to me only with thine eyes ; 
words by H. Purcell, music by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; words ad lib. 

[1624 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378088; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

DU RING AN MEINEM FINGER. See 

Schumann (R. A.) 

Duck, boys duck; ravings by George 
Browning, noise by R. M. Guyot, of 
U. S. Jersey City, Melody music 
pub. co. [1625 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378061; Robert M. Guyot, Jersey 
City. 



DUMMERCHEN, DUMMERCHEN, SEID IHR 

manner; aus der operette, Fiirst 
Xanderl, ged. von Theo. Halton, mu- 
sik v. Joseph Snaga, of Germany; 
gesang u. piano. [1626 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 367894 ; Thalia theater ver- 
lag, Berlin. 

'E richiammate; versi di Ferdinando 
Russo, musica di P. E. Fonzo, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 7£ 
inches by 10£ inches. [1627 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369569; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Easter morning. See Holy (The) 
Land. 

Echos du bal; par R. Chevalier, of 
France, pour piano. [162S 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369392; William Sterling, Paris. 

Echo's lament; part-song, words by 
Ben Jonson, music by Cyril Jenkins, 
of Great Britain, op. 105; mixed 
voices. 4to. [1629 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31. 
1916; E 369425; J. Curwen & sons. 
ltd., London. 

Eddy ; words by Frank W. Gunsaulus, 
music by Daniel Protheroe, of U. S. 

[1630 
© Jan. 8, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 17, 1916; 
E 375560; Nellie Sharpe Anderson, 
Bellefontaine, O. 

Eileen of Erin ; words and music by 
C. B. Winge. [1631 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1916; E 378069; 
Carl B. Winge, Seattle. 

Ekko. See Torjussen (Trygve) Fern 
sanje no. 26. 

Elaine; valse on the song by Chas. 
Elbert, arr. by Bertram Lestrange, 
of England; piano. London, Frank 
Howard, ltd. [1632 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 367920; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Elegie. See Winge (Per) Sekslyriske 

stykker. no. la. 
Envoi (L') ; words by Alden Alguire, 

music by A. B. McCallum Alguire, of 

U. S. [1633 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375899; 

Annie B. McCallum Alguire, Belvi- 

dere, 111. 
See also Lights and shadows of 

childhood, no. 1. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Ersten (Die) menschen; oper in 
zwei aufzugen, dichtung von Otto 
Bornziigen, musik von Rudi Stephan, 
bearb. von R. Louis, of Germany ; 
klavierauszug mit singstimmen und 
text. [1634 

© Nov. 16, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 7, 1915 ; 
E 369083 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Evelyn; from the opera Pom Pom, 
lvric by Anne Caldwell, music by 
Hugo Felix, of U. S. [1635 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375873; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Evening lullaby; cradle song, words 
and music by M. F. McKnight, of 
U. S. [1636 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 377351; Media Fitzhugh Mc- 
Knight, New Rochelle, N. Y. 

Eventually, — why not now? words 
and music by Chas. Roy Cox and 
Haven Gillespie, of U. S. 1637 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377220; Buckeye music pub. co., 
Columbus, O. 

Eveey day; words by Billy Bennett, 
music by James L. Shearer, of U. S. 

[1638 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 20, 
1916; E 375877; Elizabeth music 
pub. co., Elizabeth, N. J. 

Every mother's son must be a sol- 
dier ; lyric by W. H. Pease, music by 
Leola E. Pease, of U. S. Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y., North eastern music co. [1639 
© Dec. 21, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 377296; William H. Pease 
and Leola E. Pease, Mt. Vernon, 
N. Y. 

Every woman is afraid of a mouse ; 

words and music by G. E. Smith, of 

U. S. [1640 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377183; 

G. E. Smith, Oklahoma, Okla. 

Everything I do seems wrong ; words 
by Norman Lawrence, music by Eu- 
gene Platzmann, of U. S. [1641 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377192; 
Norman Lawrence Pollard, New 
York. 

Extase (Ecstasy) ; words by Victor 
Hugo, trans, by E. E. Freer, music 
by M. Hambitzer-Ransom, of U. S. 

[1642 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377216; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 



Fadervor; musik af Christian Hasle- 
rud, for blandecle kor. (Norsk mu- 
sikf orlags samling, no. 59.) [1643 
© Nov. 15, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21. 
1916 ; E 367870 ; Norsk musikf orlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Familiar melodies ; compiled by H. L. 
Heartz, of U. S. ; piano. (Music 
craft no. 5) [1644 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916 ; E 377108 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on compilation.] 

Fill up the bumpers ; words by Louis 
Weslyn, music by Ernest R. Ball, of 
U. S. [1645 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 378113 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Finnlandisches volkslied. See Hum- 
mel (Ferdinand) Drei nordische 
volkslieder, no. 2 & 3. 

Fior di fiore ; versi di M. A. Mancini, 
musica di P. E. Fonzo, of Italy; 
manclolino ace. Card 7| inches by 
10^ inches. [1646 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369595; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Fiskersang; musik af Per Reidarson, 
of Norway, for mandsstemmer. 4to. 
(Norsk musikf orlags udgave, no. 
292.) [1647 

© Oct. 28, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367873 ; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

B'lag song; words by Wiiber D. Nes- 
bit, music by Harry S. Cyphers, of 
U. S. [1648 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916 ; E 377243 ; Belle T. Sutherland, 
Newark, N. J. 

Fleur (La) que tu m'avais jetee. 
See Bizet (Georges) Blumenlied. 

Flirtation song ; words by Floyd Ger- 

ret, music by M. M. Franklin, of 

U. S. [1649 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377248; 

Malvin M. Franklin, New York. 

Flotow (Friedrich von) Ach so 
fromm; lied aus der oper Martha, 
von F. Flotow, fantasie arr. iiber die 
arie, von Louis Ruffin, of Belgium ; 
piano 2 ms. [1650 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369478; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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1667 



Flying (The) torpedo; musical set- 
ting for photoplay, arr. and selected 
by J. A. Raynes, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Triangle plays, series P. 48.) 

[1651 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377163; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Follow my leader, and other dances 
for children; set to old airs with 
new pianoforte ace, by Mabel L. 
Penn, of Great Britain; nos. 1-11. 

[1652 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 369387; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Following the drum; song from the 
musical play, Sybil, words by Harry 
Graham, music by Victor Jacobi, of 
Hungary. [1653 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 367939; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

For the flag of the U. S. A. ; words 

by F. Thompson, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [1654 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377191; 

Frank Thompson, Parsons, Kans. 

Fred paa jord; tekst af Sigv. Chris- 
tensen, musik af Julius Woldsdal, 
of Norway, for blandede kor. [1655 
© Nov. 6, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 367876; Norsk musikforlag, Kris- 
tiana, Norway. 

From cross to crown ; Easter cantata, 
composed by Fred. W. Peace, of 
Great Britain ; mixed voices and or- 
gan ; augmented and revised edition. 
4to. [1656 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369555; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
augmented edition.] 

From the golden age; gavotte by 
Robert Pickard, of England ; piano. 

[1657 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 369602; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Frulingsglaube. See Schubert (F. P.) 

Fruits of war; words by A. W. Kla- 
bunde, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [1658 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377260; 
A. W. Klabunde, San Antonio. 



Fulfillment; words by Beth Slater 
Whitson, music by Anna Priscilla 
Risher, of U. S. [1659 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378136; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Funeral-march (Trauer-marsch) ; by 

Fr. Reuter, of U. S. ; orgel. [1660 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 377195; Friedrich Otto Reuter, 

New Ulm, Minn. 

Fuori i barbari; canto patriottico, 
versi di U. C. T., musica di Mario 
Castelnuovo Tedesco, of Italy; 
canto e pianoforte. [1661 

© May 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369424; A. Forlivesi & co., 
Florence, Italy. 

Galop no. 1; by Gungl, arr. by Otto 

Langey, of U. S. ; orch. (Schirmer's 
photoplay series, 14 P. v. 2.) [1662 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375865; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Gang awa' bonnie lassie ; words by 
George Ellis, music by Fred Gibson, 
of Great Britain. [1663 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 369418 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Garde (Die) kommit ; garde-sturm- 
marsch von Arnold Ebel, arr. fur 
orchester. [1664 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 369404; Apollo- verlag, Ber- 
lin. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Gavotte marquise; by Alderie Du- 
rand, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[1665 
© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369454; New music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Geheiligt sei die rache. See Meyer- 
beer (Giacomo) 

Gift* (A) from God; words by J. D. 

Montplaiser, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1666 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375950; 

L. D. Montplaiser, Gardner, Mass. 

Gira l'amore; versi di R. Ferraro- 
Correra, musica di N. Valente, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 101 inches. [1667 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369582; Italian book co., New 
York. 



29191—16 2 



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166S 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Girl (The) with the biethmaeked 
knee ; musical play in two acts, book 
by P. Dunning, lyrics and music by 
Clarence Rockefeller, of U. S. [1688 
© 1 c. Jan. 22, 1916; D 19654; 
Philip Dunning, New York. 

Gielhood memories ; waltz by A. W. 
Swallen, of U. S. ; piano. [1669 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375972 ; Arthur W. Swallen, Can- 
ton, O. 

GlV AGT, DU NORGES UNGE BLOD ; tekst 

af Per Sivle, musik af Eyvind Al- 
naes, of Norway, for mandsstemmer. 
(Norsk musikforlags udgave, nr. 
297.) [1670 

© Nov. 29, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367867 ; Norsk musikf orlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Give a little credit to your dad; 
words by William Tracy, music by 
Nat. Vincent, of U. S. [1671 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 2, 
1916; E 377215; Broadway music 
Corp., New York. 

Gleam, gleam, O silver stream ; by 
P. de Faye, arr. by Grant Drake, of 
U. S. ; female voices. 4to. (Beacon 
series, no. 513.) [1672 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378133; Silver, Burdett & 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Glimpses of the past; a medley, 
words by Byrus, Payne, Webb, Jon- 
son, Crawford, Owel et al, music arr. 
by W. Benjamin Parmelee, of U. S. 
8vo. [1673 

© Feb. 4, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; E 378066; William B. Parme- 
lee, Chicago. 

Gloriana; solo or duet by Geo. D. 
Barnard, of U. S. 4to. 1. Orches- 
tra. 2. Band. [1674, 1675 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. each Jan. 
31, 1916 ; E 375926, 375927 ; Fillmore 
brothers co., Cincinnati. 

Glory to old Eli; words and music 
by G. O. Kingsbury, of U. S. 4to. 

[1676 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E3780S0 ; Geo. O. Kingsbury, Spring- 
field, Mass. 

God be in my head ; words from an 
old primer, music by H. W. Davies, 
of England ; solo or chorus, re-arr. 
harmonies for voice and piano. (In 



God be in my head — Continued. 
The fellowship song book, part 1, 
no. 87.) [1677 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec, 4, 1915; 
E 369076; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

God is love ; duet, words anon., music 
by David Brooke, of U. S. ; soprano 
and tenor. [1678 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377128; J. S. Fearis bro., 
Chicago. 

Golden dawn ; a tone picture by 
George L. Cobb, of U. S. ; piano. 

[1679 
© Nov. 8, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 375936; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

meditation by Wm. Held, of U. S. ; 

piano. [1680 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 378152 ; Jos. Krolage music co., 
Cincinnati. 

Golden pheasant; waltz by Leo 
Friedman, of U. S. ; piano. [1681 
© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377339 ; Roger Graham, Chicago. 

Good-bye; words and music by E. D. 

Ake, of U. S. ; piano and flute ace. 

St. Louis, J. Placht & bro. [1682 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 377347; Eli D. Ake, Ironton, Mo. 

Good-bye daddy; words and music by 
M. McK. Jackson, of U. S., arr. by 
Arthur Mann, of U. S. [1683 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375949; 
Minnie McKee Jackson, St. Augus- 
tine, Fla. 

Good-bye my bonnie soldier boy; 
words and music by N. Miller and V. 
Croxson, of U. S. [1684 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377189; 
Nellie Miller and Virginia Croxson, 
New York. 

Good-bye my honey, I've run out of 

money; words and music by H. 

Dubin, of U. S. [1685 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1916; E 378076; 

Harry Dubin, Philadelphia. 

Good-night song*; words by Arthur L. 
Salmon, music by H. W. Davies, of 
England. (In The fellowship song 
book no. 24.) [1686 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 369069; H. Walford Davies, Lon- 
don. 



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1703 



Good old days ; words and music by 
Searl Allen, arr. by Fred. F. Houli- 
han, of U. S. [1687 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377178; 
John Gleeson, Bertha & Fred Houli- 
han, Trenton, N. J. 

Good (The) old-fashioned way; 
: words and music by Scott Lawrence, 

of U. S. [1688 

© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 

i E 377299; Charles M. Alexander, 

Philadelphia. 

Gospel team song ; words and music 

by G. W. Hall, of U. S. [1689 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377279; George W. Hall, Albany, 

Mo. 

Gott grusse dich ; fantasie tiber das 
lied von F. Mticke, bearb. von Louis 
Ruffin, of Belgium. 1. Violine und 
klavier. 2. Piano 2 ms. [1690, 1691 
© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. each Feb. 
2, 1916; E 369511, 369528; B. 
Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Graded pianoforte studies, bk. 2 ; 
characteristic studies, ed. with an- 
notations and variants by Louis 
Arthur Russell, of U. S. [1692 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 26, 
1916 ; E 377297 ; Essex pub. co., New- 
ark, N. J. 

Grand opera with a victrola; arr. 
for playing, singing and the selection 
of Victor records, by Albert E. Wier, 
New York, London, D. Appleton and 
company [1916] 256 p. 8vo. [1693 
© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff . Jan. 
25, 1916; A 418593; D. Appleton & 
co., New York. 

Grasshopper (The) and the ant (La 
cigale et la fourmi) ; French by La 

. Fontaine, English by Stewart A. 
Trench, of U. S., music by G. Bour- 
nel ; male voices. 4to. ( Modern 
series, no. 81.) [1694 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377152; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on translation and adaptation.] 

Green (The) swamp; musical setting 
for photoplay, arr. and selected by 
William Furst and C. Herbert Kerr, 
of U. S. : piano. (Triangle plays, 
series P. 46.) [1695 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377162; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Grey (The) and the tan ; words by 
N. H. Arnold, music by Raymond A. 
Browne, of U. S. [1696 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1916; E 377231; 
Nellie Howell Arnold, Petaluma. 
Cal. 

Gruss. See Mendelssohn-Bartholdv 
(J. L. F.) 

Gugger (Der) ; ged. von C. A. Loosli, 
musik von F. O. Leu, of Switzerland, 
op. 22, no. 4; gesang und piano. 

[1607 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 : 

E 369518; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Han er den gode hyrde; ord af E. 
Diesen, musik af Per Winge, of Nor- 
way, for sang og piano eller orgel. 

[169S 
© Nov. 3, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 367883; Norsk musikforlag, Kris- 
tiania, Norway. 

Happy days; schottische, written and 
composed by W. Whitlock, of Great 
Britain; piano ace. part with violin 
or flute. [1699 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 367943; 
Wm. Whitlock % Universal copy- 
rights, ltd., London. 

Happy hour; recital piece no. 1, by 
Herbert Ralph Ward, of U. S. ; 
piano. [1700 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377202; Edward Schuberth & co.. 
New York. 

Har du sangbtjnd i din sjael ; tekst 
af Andres Aas, musik af Thorolf 
Thorbjornsen, of Norway, for mands- 
stemmer med baryton solo. (Norsk 
musikforlags udgave no. 293.) 

[1701 
© Nov. 10, 1915: 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367875 ; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Hardy (The) tin soldier; from In 

fairyland, by Marie Crosby, of U. S.. 

op. 41, no. 1. ; piano. [1702 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 

E 378107 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Havanaise. See Saint-Saens (C. C.) 

Have you _a sweetheart of your 
own ; words by W. Anderson, music 
by T. G. Beach, of U. S. New York. 
J. E. Minnick co. [1703 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E 375864 ; Wilhelm Anderson, Mil- 
waukee. 



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He's a credit to ould Ireland now ; 
words and music by Shaun Glenville, 
of England. [1704 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 367912; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

He's doing his bit, are you; words 
and music by W. St. J. Miller, of 
Canada. [1705 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367937 ; W. St. J. Miller, Calgary, 
Alta., Canada. 

Hear my cry, O God ; text from Psalm 
61, music by Gordon Balch Nevin, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices with organ 
ace. 4to. (The choral service, no. 
S37.) [1706 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377109; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Hearts adrift; waltz song, lyrics by 
W. M. Wright, jr., music by R. H. 
Unruh, of U. S. Philadelphia, M. D. 
Swisher. [1707 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375871; W. Mason Wright, 
jr., and Russell H. Unruh, Philadel- 
phia. 

Heinrich der vogler; von Carl Lowe, 

fantasie bearb. von Fr. M. Voss, of 

Germany ; piano 2ms. [1708 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369492 ; B Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Her do-re-mi-fa-sol-la-si and do ; 
words and music by Dave Reed, of 
U. S., arr. by Maurice Smith, of 
U. S. [1709 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377337; 
Columbia graphophone co., New 
York. 

Herb of grace; words by Amelia 
Josephine Burr, music by A. G. Carl- 
son, of U. S. [1710 
© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 369432; 
Albert Gustave Carlson, Fremont, 
Nebr. 

Here comes Tootsi ; from Around the 
map, music by Herman Finck, arr. 
by Tom Clark, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[1711 
© Feb. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377348 ; Hawkes & son, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Hindu dance; characteristic folk 
dance, by Platon Brounoff, of U. S. ; 
piano. [1712 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377167; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



His grace is sufficient for thee; 
sacred song, words and music by 
F. Eborall, of Canada. [1713 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369431; S. G. Smith & 
Frank Eborall, Toronto, Canada. 

His neighbor's roses ; words by A. L. 
Gruber, music by F. Tarbox, of U. S. 

[1714 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 378068; 
Frances Tarbox, New York. 

H^iFjELDSLrv ; tekst af Henrik Ibsen 
musik af Peter B. Eggen, of Norway, 
for blandede kor. 4to. (Norsk mu- 
sikforlags samling, nr. 63.) [1715 
© Nov. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367872 ; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Hoffmanns erzahlungen. See Offen- 
bach ( Jacques ) 

Holy (The) Land; a cantata, words 
by Samuel Richard Gaines, of U. 
S., music by Otto Mailing; chorus 
of mixed voices. 4to. Contents: 1. 
Jerusalem. 2. Bethany. 3. The 
Dead Sea. 4. Easter morning. 5. 
Nazareth. 6. By Jacob's well. [1716 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378101 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
text.] 

Home songs ; medley music arr. by 
Gustave Schumann, of U. S. ; mili- 
tary band. [1717 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378026 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phila- 
delphia. 

Homeland of mine; from the son^- 
cycle, Homeland songs, words by 
Edward Lockton, music by Gerald 
Kahn, of England. 1. No. 1 in C. 
2. No. 3 in F. [1718, 1719 

© Aug. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 8, 
1916; E 369550, 369551; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

No. 2 in E flat. [1720 

© Aug. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 367949; Enoch & sons, London. 

Honor (The) band ; words by Lizzie 
DeArmond, music by H. A. Henry, 
of U. S. [1721 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375979; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Hope of the world ; an Easter service 
for the Sunday school, by Alice B. 
Hamlin, of U. S. 8vo. [1722 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
28, 1916 ; A 419877 ; Missionary edu- 
cation movement of the United 
States and Canada, New Y T ork. 



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1740 



Hot rachmones auf die milchomo 
koebones (Have mercy on the war 
sufferers) ; words by Sen. Frug, 
music bv Henry A. Russotto, of 
U. S. [1T23 

© Jan. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 377298 ; Saul Schenker, New York. 

Hour (An) ago; words by George 

Fearnley, music by Eli Hudson, of 

England; no. 3 in D. [1724 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 8. 1916 ; 

E 369549 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

How I love a summer day ; by Chas. E. 
Roat, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [1725 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; E 378067 ; Chas. E. Roat mu- 
sic co., ltd., Battle Creek. 

Hulaly; na chor inezki, slowa z Wy- 
mowe Fonetyczna^ zastosowal B. J. 
Zalewski, muzyka z O. Nizankowski, 
of Austria, uzupelnil Eug. Walkie- 
wicz, of U. S. 4to. [1726 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375885; Boleslaw J. Za- 
lewski, Chicago. 

Human nature ; words by T. E. Threl- 
fall. music by J. A. Andino, of U. S. 

[1727 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377123; 
Thomas E. Threlfall, Manchester, 
N. H. 

Hummel (Ferdinand) Drei nordische 
volkslieder; von F. Hummel, of Ger- 
many, op. 136; melodramen, fur 
klavier mit iiberlegtem text. Con- 
tents : — No. 1. Norwegisches volks- 
lied. — No. 2 & 3. Finnlandisches 
volkslied. [1728 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367899; Harmonie verlag, 
Berlin. 

HVAD TAENKER DU OM HIMLEN. See 

Borg (Oscar) To religi0se sange, 
no. 2. 

Hymn to St. Ann ; words and music 
by V. P. Baron, of France, domiciled 
at Jersey City ; words and melody. 

[1729 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 

E 377198 ; V. P. Baron, Jersey City. 

I AM GOING BACK TO IRELAND; WOrdS 

by W. L. Walter, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [1730 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375951; 
Ward L. Walter, Detroit. 



I'd still love you ; words by Addison 

Burkhardt, music by Albert Von 

Tilzer, of U. S. [1731 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916; E 378146: 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

I dabe not ask a kiss ; words froin 
Three English lyrics, by Robert Her- 
rick, music by T. W T ilkinson Stephen- 
son, of Great Britain. [1732 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369544; Boosey & co., London. 

I dabe not ask a kisse ; words by 
Herrick, music by Herbert Fryer, 
of England; high or medium voice 
and piano. [1733 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369438; G. Schirmer, New York. 

I didn't know that lovtn' was so 
good; words and music by Albert 
Von Tilzer, of U. S. [1734 

© Jan. 24, 19] 6 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916; 
E 377214; Broadway music corp.. 
New York. 

I don't see how you've stayed single 
so long; words by Darl MacBoyle, 
music by Leon De Costa, of U. S. 

[1735 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377136: 

Karczag publishing co., New York. 

I GIVE ALL MY THOUGHTS TO YOU J 

words by Louis Zuber, music by 
Harry F. Collins, of U. S. [1736 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 378127 ; Lyric music pub. co., New 
York. 

I heae the EOBiN ; words and music by 
Arne Emerson, of U. S. [1737 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375962; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

I know that Jesus lives ; words and 
music by N. S. Anderson, of U. S. 

[1738 
© Jan. 3, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375879; Nellie Sharpe 
Anderson, Bellefontaine, O. 

I left my home in Ireland; words 

by S. Birkenruth, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [1739 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377268; 

Sadie Birkenruth, Logansport, Ind, 

I'll always be me — you'll always be 

you ; words by L. Savadge, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1740 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377112; 

Louis Savadge, Rock Island, 111. 



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I'll confess His Name; words and 
music by E. H. Swem, of U. S. 8vo. 

[1741 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 

E 378010; E. Hez Swem, Washing- 
ton. 

I'll shout and sing Thy peaises ; 
words by H. E. Copeland, music by 
A. G. Kochenberger, of U. S. [1742 
!© Jan. 19, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916 ; E 377292 ; Harley Edgar Cope- 
land, Promise City, la. 

I love Maeianina most of all ; words 
by P. J. Montlary, music by P. J. 
Montlary and J. V. Cafaro, of U. S. 

[1743 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377146; 
Pat. J. Montlary and Jos. V. Cafaro, 
New York. 

I LOVE THE BEAUTIFUL EOSES BUT YOU 

aee the eose foe me; words by 
J. J. Verno, music by C. A. Bodle, 
of U. S. [1744 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 378105; 
James J. Verno & Chester A. Bodle, 
Hays, Pa. 

I love to hear youe voice; words by 

Nellie Nash, music by Dorothy Nash, 

of England. [1745 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 29, 

1916 ; E 367924 ; Gary & co., London. 

I love you; waltz song, words by 

Eulalie Tynan, music by Hector Mac- 

Carthy, of U. S. [1746 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 

E 378043; G. Schirmer, New York. 

I love you sweetheart; words and 
music by G. M. Tidd, of U. S. 

[1747 
© Feb. 8, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378078; Gabriel M. Tidd, 
Lancaster, O. 

I'm a long way feom the U. S. A.; 
words by L. Kutzura, jr., music by 
Carl Seyb, pseud, of Floda Fisher, of 
U. S. [1748 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916; E 378064; 
Louis Kutzura, jr., South Bethlehem, 
Pa. 

I'm a pilgeim going home ; words and 
music by P. P. Bilhorn, of U. S. 

[1749 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377105; Peter Philip Bil- 
horn, Chicago. 



I'm buening a fiee down in my heaet 
foe you; words by Claude Keene, 
music by Ernie Burnett, of U. S. 

[1750 
© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377144; Buck & Lowney, 
St. Louis. 

I'm going to be a bacheloe ; words by 

Buddie Kennedy, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [1751 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375948; 

Stanley J. Kennedy, Barrington, 111. 

I'm going to hit the teail to my 
home town ; words by J. Brandon 
Walsh, music by Ernie Erdman, of 
U. S. [1752 

© Feb. 1, 1916; 2 Feb. 4, 1916; 
E 377252; Forster, music publisher, 
Chicago. 

I'm going to join the army of the 
U. S. A. ; words by A. A. Kopstorfer, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1753 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377101; 
A. A. Kopstorfer, Horatio, Pa. 

I'm going to tey to be good ; words by 

Mabel Leola Von Schulze, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1754 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377264; 

Mrs. A. C. Von Schulze, Joplin, Mo. 

I'm in love with a wondeeful giel 
and Mothee is hee name ; words by 
J. J. Worth, music by B. T. Laurie, 
of U. S. [1755 

© Feb. 7, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378122; Jack Jefferson 
Worth, Atlanta. 

I'm thinking of Passovee time; 
words and music by N. L. Lewis, of 
U. S. [1756 

© Feb. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377346; Nathan L. Lewis, New 
York. 

I must do something ; words and music 

by W. L. McRae, of U. S. [1757 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 

E 375992; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

I NEVEE KNEW I HAD A HEAET, TILL 
MY HEAET BEGAN TO BREAK ; WOl'dS 

and music by Harry Castling, of 
England. [1758 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367932 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 



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1775 



I TOLD MY LOVE TO THE EOSES J poem 

by J. A. Middleton, music by J. 
Rosamond Johnson, of U. S. ; high 
voice. [1759 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378017; G. Schirmer, New York. 

I WANT, I WANT, MY LOVIN' MAN ; WOrdS 

and music by Raymond R. Cramer, 
of U. S. [1760 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377314; McWilliams-Cramer pub. 
co., Monett, Mo. 

I WANT TO GO BACK TO NEW YORK ; 

words by M. M. Hodge, music by 
Carl Seyb, pseud, of Floda Fisher, 
of U. S. [1761 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916; E 378065; 
Mildred M. Hodge, Redwood, N. J. 

I WANT TO LIVE AND DIE IN OLD DIXIE- 
LAND ; words by Cecil Mack, music 
by Will Marion Cook, of U. S. [1762 
© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377325 ; Empire music co., inc., 
New York. 

I WANT TO LOVE BUT YOU FOREVERMOEE ; 

ballad, from Some girl, words and 
music by H. J. Millington, of U. S. 

[1763 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378024; Herbert J. Millington, 
Lawrence, Mass. 

I WANT TO SEE MY GIRL IN LONDON ; 

words by Con T. Lam, music by 
Maceo Pinkard, arr. by Edwin 
Dicey, of U. S. [1764 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 375893 ; Independent music pub. 
co., Omaha, Neb. 

I will extol Thee, O Lord; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
Clifford Demerest, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4 to. (Series of 
anthems for mixed voices, no. 4003) 

[1765 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377329; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

I will greatly rejoice; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
James H. Rogers, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Series of 
anthems for mixed voices, no. 4005) 

[1766 
© Feb. 4. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377328; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 



I will lift up mine eyes ; words from 
the Bible, music by Vernon Eville, 
of U. S. ; no. 2 in A flat. [1767 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378148; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

I will love Thee, O Lord; anthem, 
words from Psalm xviii, music by 
Oliver King, of England; baritone 
solo and chorus. (Octavo anthems. 
no. 1058) [1768 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369428; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

I WILL WASH MY HANDS IN INNOCENCY ; 

anthem by James H. Rogers, of 
U. S. ; chorus of mixed voices with 
sop. solo, organ ace. 4to. [1769 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378072 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

I WONDER IF MOTHER'S STILL WAITING 

for me ; words by A. Carlson, music 
by F. Henri Klickman. [1770 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 375917; Anna Carlson, Harcourt, 
la. 

I WOULD BE A SUNBEAM \ WOrdS by 

George Tillman Snead, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [1771 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375983; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Ideal; waltzes, by Raymond R. 
Cramer, of U. S. ; piano. [1772 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377312; McWilliams-Cramer pub. 
co.. Monett. Mo. 

Idische gefeelen (The Jewish con- 
science) ; words and music by S. A. 
Kornsweet, of Russia, domiciled at 
San Francisco, arr. by A. D. Hunter, 
of U. S. [1773 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916; E 378128; 
S. A. Kornsweet, Los Angeles. 

If I were just your rose ; words and 
music by May Hewes Dodge and 
J. W. Dodge, of U. S. [1774 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916 ; E 375878 ; John Wilson Dodge, 
Ypsilanti, Mich. 

IF ONLY I A LAUGH COULD HEAR ; SOUg 

from Princess Tra-la-la, operetta in 
three acts, words by Matthew Wood- 
ward, music by Leo Ascher, of Aus- 
tria. [1775 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367957; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 



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If the world was full of giels like 

you ; words and music by J. C. Rout, 

of Canada. [1776 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 367918; 

John C. Rout, Toronto, Canada. 

If you come from Yoekshiee; words 

and music by Fred Godfrey & Shaun 

Glenville, of England. [1777 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 367927 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

If you don't want me send me to my 
ma ; words and music by Cecil Mack 
and Chris Smith, of U. S. [1778 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378077; Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. 

If you please; song from Princess 
Tra-la-la, operetta in 3 acts, words 
by Matthew Woodward, music by 
Leo Ascher, of Austria. [1779 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367952; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

If you weee Teteazzini; words and 
music by J. Brandon Walsh, of U. S. 

[1780 
© 1 c. Nov. 13, 1915; E 376039; 
A. Frank Fox, Buffalo. 

Im f takt; grosser walzer, nach mo- 
tiven der operette, Das fraulein vom 
amt, text von Fr. Arnold u. Georg 
Okonkowski, musik von Gilbert 
[pseud, von Max Winterfeld], arr. v. 
Otto Lindemann, of Germany ; klav- 
ier zweihandig, mit iiberlegtem text. 
Berlin, Biihnenverlag Ahn & Sim- 
rock, g. m. b. h. [1781 
© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1916; E 369408; Max Winterfeld, 
Berlin. [Copyright fs claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Impeomptu. See Raff (J. J.) 

In an aeroplane built for two; 
words and music by Joseph A. Bon- 
ner, of U. S., arr. by H. O. Wheeler, 
of U. S. [1782 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377319; United States music co.; 
Kansas City, Mo. 

In an old-fashioned garden back 
home ; words by James Wells, music 
by Walter J. Pond, of U. S. [17S3 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378143; Elizabeth A. Gor- 
don, exrx. of Estate of Hamilton S. 
Gordon, New York. 



In autumn ; by Francis Hendriks, of 

U. S., op. 37, no. 1; piano. [1784 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 378054 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

In camp; march, two-step by Mackie- 
Beyer, of U. S. ; full orch. [1785 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377282 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phil- 
adelphia. 

In colonial days ; gavotte by Walter 

Rolfe, of U. S. ; piano duet. [1786 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377256; Jos. Krolage music co., 

Cincinnati. 

In diesen heil'gen hallen. See Mo- 
zart (W. A.) 

In lilac time ; words by Helen Brown, 
music by G. Jackson, of U. S. [1787 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375973; 
Grace Jackson, Seattle. 
In my home town ; verses by Ray- 
mond A. Browne, music by W. C. 
Powell, of U. S. [1788 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; E 375844 ; P. J. Howley music 
co., inc., New York. 
In the bright moonlight; words by 
Jessica Moore, music by Geo. L. 
Spaulding, of U. S. ; piano duet with 
words ad lib. [1789 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378089; Theo Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
In the dark; song and scene from 
Pom Pom, lyric by Anne Caldwell, 
music by Hugo Felix, of U. S. [1790 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377254; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 
In the dreams I have of you; words 
by C. J. Cordray, music by Clarence 
Beckwith, of U. S. [1791 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 377311; Charles J. Cordray, Min- 
neapolis. 
In the end of the Sabbath; Easter 
anthem, words from the Bible, mu- 
sic by Le Roy M. Rile, of U. S. ; sop. 
and bar. soli and cho. 4to. (Series 
of anthems for mixed voices, no. 
4002) [1792 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 377331; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 

New Y^ork. 

In the forest ; by Gertrude J. Bartlett, 

of U. S. ; piano. [1793 

© Jan. 29, 1916: 2 c. Jan. 31. 
1916; E 375913; W. B. Hasey, Bos- 
ton. 



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1810 



In the land of melody; words and 
music by L. L. Davidson, of U. S., 
arr. by Arthur Mann, of U. S. [1794 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375952; 
Lawson L. Davidson, Grand Rapids, 
Mich. 

In the limelight; a medley of lin- 
gering melodies, arr. by Lee Orean 
Smith, of U. S. ; orchestra with piano 
ace. [1795 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377204 ; Leo. Feist inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

In the May week ; song from the 
musical comedy, The light blues, 
words by Adrian Ross, music by 
Howard Talbot and Herman Finck. 

[1796 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 367921; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

In the shadow of the cross ; quartet, 
words and music by B. B. Edmias- 
ton, of U. S. ; mixed voices or sop., 
solo and quartet chorus. Waco, 
Tex., Memphis, Tenn., Trio music 
co. 4to. [1797 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916; 
E 377210; B. B. Edmiaston, Waco, 
Tex. 

In the sunshine; words by Margaret 
Rees, music by J. S. Fearis, of U. S. 

[1798 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375995; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

In the valley of yesterday; words 
and music by Louis Zuber and Harry 
F. Collins, of U. S., arr. by Otto Gus- 
tafsen, of U. S. [1799 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 378124 ; Lyric music pub. co., New 
York. 

Invocation ; English text by Stewart 
A. French, of U. S., music by E. 
Paladilhe ; English and German ver- 
sions; male voices. 4to. (Modern 
series, no. 82.) [1800 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377151; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on English translation and adap- 
tion.] 

Ireland, — the footstool of God ; lyric 
by J. Keirn Brennan, music by 
Ernest R. Ball, of U. S. [1801 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 378114 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



Is it right; words by J. P. Elliott, 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. 

[1802 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375988; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

It comes out the same as before; 
song from the musical comedy The 
light blues, words by Adrian Ross, 
music by Herman Finck, of England. 

[1803 

© Dec. 17, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 

E 369451 ; Hawkes & son, & Ascher- 

berg, Hopwood & Crew, ltd., London. 

It comes so natural; words by Mil- 
ton Ager, music by Walter Donald- 
son, of U. S. [1804 
© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1916; E 378074; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

It's the husband of Mother Ma- 
ghree ; words and music by Andrew 
B. Sterling, Will A. Heelan, and Ed. 
P. Moran, of U. S. [1805 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375866; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

It's you alone I want; words by C. 

J. Walheim, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [1806 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377269; 

Chas. J. Walheim, New York. 

It was in the time of roses ; words 
by Joe Young, music by Bert Grant, 
of U. S. [1807 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 375888 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

Ivory palaces ; words and music by 
Henry Barraclough, of England, 
domiciled at New York. [1808 

© Nov. 10, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377284; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Jaj zsuzslkam ; duett od Zsuzsi Kis- 
asszony, operett 3 felvonasbau, szo- 
veget irta Brody Miksa es Martos 
Ferenc, zenejet szerzette Kalman 
Imre, of Hungary. I. fuzet. [1809 
© Nov. 8, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 10, 1916 ; 
E 369352 ; Rozsavolgyi es tsa, Buda- 
pest. 

Japanese (A) sunset; by Jessie L. 
Deppen, arr. by J. S. Zamecnik, of 
U. S. ; orch. [1810 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 378060; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 



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Jerusalem. See Holy (The) Land. 

Jesus' blood; words and music by 
E. H. Swem, of U. S. 8vo. [1811 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378009; E. Hez Swem, Washing- 
ton. 

Jesus passed through Jericho ; words 
by E. E. Hewitt, music by Charles 
H. Gabriel, of U. S. [1812 

© Nov. 10, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377285; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Jesus wants the children ; words by 
E. E. Hewitt, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, jr., of U. S. [1813 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375982; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Jesus wants us all; words by Ada 
Blenkhorn, music by Chas. H. Ga- 
briel, of U. S. [1814 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378005; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Jollity one step ; music composed and 
arr. by W. Whitlock, of Great Brit- 
ain; piano ace. part with violin or 
flute. [1815 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 367942; 
Wm. Whitlock, % Universal copy- 
rights, ltd., London. 

Jonsok; tekst af Jacob R0nne, musik 
af Karsten Solheim, of Norway, for 
mandsstemmer. (Norsk musikfor- 
lags udgave, nr. 298.) [1816 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 367866; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Joyous moment ; recital piece no. 2, by 
Herbert Ralph Ward, of U. S. ; 
piano. [1817 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377203; Edward Schuberth & co., 
New York. 

Jubilee rally song ; words and music 

by N. P. Chandler, of U. S. [1818 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 

E 378006; Nellie Place Chandler, 

Pennville, Ind. 

Julekveld ; ord av Vilhelm Tvedt, 
musik av Per Reidarson, of Nor- 
way, for sang og piano. [1819 
© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 367882; Norsk musikforlag, Kris- 
tiania, Norway. 



June days fulfilled my dreams ; 
words by F. Nehousmyer, music by 
Carl Bendel, of U. S. [1S20 

© Oct. 14, 1915; 1 c. Nov. 30, 
1915, 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916; E 374214; 
Freda Nehousmyer, Genoa, O. 

Jungen (Die) opfer; ged. von Karl 
Rosner, musik von K. Kuhnhold, of 
Germany ; gesang und piano. [1821 
© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367905; Harmonie verlag, 
Leipzig. 

Junior song and chorus book; by 
T. P. Giddings and E. W. Newton. 
Boston, London [etc.], Ginn and 
company [1915] v, 250 p. 8vo. 

[1822 
© Dec. 24, 1915; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 4, 1916; A 420648; T. P. Gid- 
dings, Minneapolis, & E. W. Newton, 
Somerville. Mass. 

Just a kiss; words and music by 
M. R. Hulsman, of U. S. [1823 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 378034; 
Mary R. Hulsman, Chicago. 

Just as it is; one-step by M. Hur- 

tado, of Guatemala, C. A., domiciled 

at Chicago; piano. [1824 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377341; 

Mariano Hurtado, Chicago. 

Keep busy ; words by Mrs. C. D. Mar- 
tin, music by W. Stillman Martin, 
of U. S. [1S25 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375994; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Kiss (The) ; words by Sara Teasdale, 
music by Herbert Fryer, of Eng- 
land ; high or medium voice with 
piano ace. [1826 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369435; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Kiss me; duet from the opera Pom 
Pom, lyric by Anne Caldwell, music 
by Hugo Felix, of U. S. [1827 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375874; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Kitchener; words by S. M. Bamforth, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1828 
© 1 c. Feb. 4. 1916; E 377271; 
S. M. Bamforth, Areola, Sask., Can- 
ada. 



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1846 



Klippen; tekst af Gunnar Stendal, 
musik af Julius Woldsdal, of Nor- 
way, for blandede kor, 4to. (Norsk 
musikforlags samling, no. 57. ) [1829 
© Nov. 6, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; 
E 367874; Norsk musikforlag, Kris- 
tiania, Norway. 

Konzert in C moll. See Bach (J. S.) 

Lacbema scurdata ; versi di F. Buon- 
glovanni, niusica di O. Cattedra, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10| inches. [1830 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369590; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Land (The) of which I dream ; words 
by Alice Kenney Sharp, music by J. 
Anton Dailey, of U. S. [1831 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378079; Gabriel M. Tidd, Lancas- 
ter, O. 

Last night ; words by Georgfe Darley, 
music by Herbert Fryer,* of Eng- 
land; high or medium voice with 
piano ace. [1832 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369436; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Last (The) supper; a lenten medita- 
tion, words from the Bible, music by 
Cecil Forsyth, of England, domiciled 
at New York; bar. solo and mixed 
chorus, organ ace. 4to. [1833 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375975; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Laurece ; valse de France, par L. Pay- 
ette, of Canada; piano. [1834 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369534; Louis Payette, Montreal. 

Legend (A.) ; English version by Kurt 
Schindler and Deems Taylor, tran- 
scribed by Max Reger, ed. by Kurt 
Schindler, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Three folk songs, no. 3.) 

[1835 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 

1916; E 377148; H. W. Gray co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on editing.] 

Legend (The) of a rose (Rosenle- 
gende) ; poem and German version 
by Frederick K. Martens, music by 
Anselm Goetzl, of Austria, op. 24; 
three part chorus of women's voices 
with baritone or alto solo. [1836 

© Jan. 26, 1916: 2 c. Jan. 28. 
1916 ; E 369448 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 



I.EHN' DEIXE WANG' AX MEINE WANG* : 

fantasie iiber das lied von A. Jen- 
sen, bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of Bel- 
gium. 1. Yioline und klavier. 2. 
Piano 2 ms. [1837, 1838 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916 ; E. 369513, 369530 ; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Let us stay where the crowd is ; 
from Around the map, lyric by C. 
M. S. McLellan, music bv Louis A. 
Hirsch, of U. S. [1839 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378013 ; Hawkes & son, New York. 

Letter song; words by Darl Mac 

Boyle, music by Leon De Costa, of 

U. S. [1840 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377137; 

Karczag publishing co., New York. 

Life, love and you ; words by G. Hub'i 
Newcombe, music by H. Lane Wil- 
son, of England ; no. 2 in D. [1841 
© Feb. 1, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 1 1916; 
E 367935; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Lights and shadows of childhood ; 
four nursery songs, words and music 
by M. R. Devereux, of U. S. ; voice 
and piano. Contents : 1. Envoi. — 2. 
Rocking chair song. — 3. Bears. — 4. 
The moon-path. [1842 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377172; Mary Rose Devereux, 
Utica, N. Y. 

List ye all 'tis Ireland singing ; 
words and music by Mollie C. Jones, 
of Great Britain. [1843 

© Mar. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; 
E 367864; Mary Cecilia Jones, Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

Little Boy Blue; march by George 

Dudley Martin, of U. S. ; pf. [1844 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 

1916; E 378090; Theo. Pressor co., 

Philadelphia. 

Little Crinolina ; song from Princess- 
Tra-la-la, operetta in three acts, 
words by Matthew Woodward, music 
by Leo Ascher, of Austria. [1845 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11. 
1916; E 367953; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Little (Ti-ie) dancer; by H. Messman, 
rev. and fingered by S. Secunda, of 
U. S. ; piano. [1846 

© Feb. 14. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378115; Samuel Goldberg, 
New Y^ork. 



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Little Dolly Dimple ; words and mu- j 
sic by John P. Ross, of England. 

[1847 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 367930 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Little drowsy head; reverie by Her- 
bert Forrest Odell, of U. S., op. 54; 
piano. (Teaching pieces, grade 1, 
no. 2.) [1848 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375918; H. F. Odell & co., 
Boston. 

Little robin redbreast ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of IT. S. [1849 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375978; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Little women : quartette from The 
masked model, lyrics by Robert B. 
Smith, music by Carl Woess, of U. S. 

[1850 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378033; Joe Morris music co., 
New York. 

Ll' 'e fatto pure ttj . . . ; versi di S. 
di Giacomo, musica di V. Valente, 
-of Italy; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10* inches. [1851 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369560; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Lo; or, The red man's lament, words 
and music by C. W. Owens, of U. S., 
arr. by Charles H. Daniels, of U. S. 

[1852 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377208; 
Cyrus William Owens, San Fran- 
cisco. 

Lockvogel (D'r) ; ged. von M. Lienert, 

musik von F. O. Leu, of Switzerland, 

op. 22, no. 3; gesang u piano. [1853 

© Dec. 18. 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369519; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Lonesome ; words and music by Edw. 
Bergenholtz, of U. S. Oakland, Rex 
music co. [1854 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378100 ; Edward Bergenholtz, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

Long as you're Irish, you'll do; 

words and music by Shaun Glen- 

ville, of England. [1855 

© Feb. 1. 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 367928 : B. Feldman & co., London. 



Long, long ago ; words by T. H. Bayly, 
music by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
pf. with words ad lib. [1856. 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378091; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Look up from the darkness; words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Ade- 
lina de Lara, of England; no. 1 in 
E flat, with organ or harmo. ace. ad 
lib. [1857 

© Nov. 1. 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 367915 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Lord, hear my voice; anthem, text 
from Psalm 36, music by Gordon 
Balch Nevin, of U. S. ; mixed voices 
with organ ace. 4to. (The choral 
service, no. 838) [1858 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916 ; E 377110 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Loreley (The) ; words by F. Silcher, 
music by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
pf. with words ad lib. [1859 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378092; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lortzingiana ; grosses opern-pot- 
pourri iiber die beliebtesten melo- 
dien, von A. Lortzing, bearb. v. 
Louis Ruffin, of Belgium ; piano 2 
ms. 1860 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369487; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Love afield ; words by C. N. Junkins, 

music by B. Stanley, of U. S. [1S61 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 377332 ; Ben Stanley, Omaha, Neb. 

Love and do ; words by Ina Duley Og- 
den, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, of 
U. S. [1862 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375980; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Love (A) song; by Robert Holley, of 
Great Britain; piano. [1863 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369455; New music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Love your neighbok ; words by Lizzie 
DeArmond, music by C. Hubert Bot- 
torf, of U. S. [1864 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375990; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
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1881 



Lovers lane; words and music by 
Worton David & Lawrence Wright, 
of England. [1865 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 367910; B. Peldman & co., 
London. 

Love's cakes ; serenade by Chas. J. 
Rockwell, of U. S. 4to. 1. Band. 
2. Orch. [1866, 1867 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. each Jan. 
31, 1916; E 375930, 375931; Fill- 
more brothers co., Cincinnati. 

Love's omnipresence; from Three 
English lyrics, words by Joshua Syl- 
vester, music by T. Wilkinson 
Stephenson, of Great Britain. [1868 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1916; E 369545; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Love's shadow ; valse by Myrtle 
Chase, of U. S., op. 21; piano. 

[1869 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375904; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Love's sunshine; words by Edith 
Sanford Tillotson, music by Nicholas 
De Vore, of U. S. ; no. 1 in F. 

[1870 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378149; Boosey & co.. Lon- 
don. 

Luana Lou; from Ziegfeld's midnight 
frolic, lyric by Gene Buck, music 
by Dave Stamper, of U. S. [1871 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378027; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter. New York. 

Lucia di Lammeemook. See Donizetti 
(Gaetano) 

Lullaby ; words by Arthur L. Salmon, 
music by H. W. Davies, of England. 
(In The fellowship song book, pt. 1, 
no. 38.) [1872 

© Oct. 21, 1915: 1 c. Dec. 4, 
1915 ; E 369070 ; H. Waif ord Davies, 
London. 

Lustigen (Die) weiber von Windsor: 
musik von Otto Nicolai, fantasie 
bearb. von L. Jansa, of Bohemia ; 
violine und klavier. [1873 

© Dec. 18, 1915; 1 c. Feb. 2, 
1915; E 369503; B Schott's sohne. 
Mainz. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Ma pensee; melodie amoureuse, par 
Alex. M. Foster, of England; piano. 

[1874 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1916; E 367933; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Madrigali d' aprile (April madrigals) ; 
words by Edoardo Pedio, English 
version by M. Louis Baum, music by 
Enrico Leboffe, of U. S. ; hish voice. 

[1875 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 

E 378102 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Madchen, sag es keinem andern ; ge- 
sang aus operette, Das fraulein vom 
amt, wrote von Otto Okonowski, mu- 
sik von Gilbert [pseud, von Max 
Winterfeld] arr. von Otto Linde- 
mann, of Germany ; klavier mit ge- 
sang. Berlin, Ahn & Simrock, biih- 
nenverlag, g. m. b. h. [1876 

© Dec. 17, 1915: 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367906; Max Winterfeld, 
Berlin-Wannsee. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Magnolia blooms ; words by Joaquin 
Miller, music by Charles Wakefield 
Cadman, of U. S., op. 60, no. 2. 

[1877 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8. 1916 ; 
E 378048; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Mandulinata a mare ; versi di A. Cal- 
ifano, musica di F. Buongiovanni, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 7 A inches 
by 101 inches. [1878 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ;' 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369573; Italian book co.. New 
York. 

Manhattan (The) club; waltz by 
C. E. Shermer, of U. S. ; instru- 
mental. [1879 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916; E 378040; 
Charles E. Shermer. Cripple Creek, 
Col. 

March or the Indian chieftains ; by 
Rudolf Eckhardt, of Germany, op. 
20; piano. [1880 

© Jan. IS, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369434 ; B. F. Wood , music co., 
Boston. 

March onward ; choral march, words 
by S. Baring-Gould, music by A. 
Tiffany, of England. 4to. (Sacred 
compositions series, no. 57) [1881 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 28. 1916 ; 
E 369407; Albert Tiffany. Hudders- 
field, England. 



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Maeche funebbe. See Winge (Per) 
■ Seks lyriske stykker, no. 2e. 

Maeche militaiee 1916 ; par E. Cham- 
pagne, of U. S. ; pf. [1882 
© Jan. 25. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; E 375872 ; Eusebe Champagne, 
Lowell, Mass. 

Mabche miniatube; by Victor Jacobi, 

of Hungary ; piano. [1883 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 

1916; E 367862; G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

Maeia, O Mabie ; gesang aus operette. 
Das fraulein vom amt, gesangstext 

. von W. Turszinsky and Gilbert, 
musik von Gilbert [pseud, von Max 
Winterfeld] arr. von. Otto Linde- 
mann, of Germany ; klavier mit ge- 

. sang. Berlin, Ahn & Simrock, 
biihnenverlag, g. m. b. h. [18S4 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367907; Max Winterfeld, 
Berlin-Wannsee. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Maekls og Maekise ; gavotte af 

Fridthjof Kristoffersen, of Norway, 

for piano. [1885 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 

. 1916; E 367889; Norsk musikfor- 

lag, Kristiania, Norway. 

Maesch-potpotjeei ; music von Wag- 
ner, Ascher, Forster, etc., iiber die 
beliebtesten neueren marsche, bearb. 
von L. Tervan, of Germany; piano, 
2 hdg. [1886 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369483; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Maey Brown on Beoadway; words 
by M. E. Hurst, music by J. E. 
-Andmo, of U. S. [1887 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377274; 
Mabel E. Hurst, Burlington Jet., 
Mo. 

Maey, the queen of the movies; 

words by Clyde C. Westover, music 

by P. I. Jacoby, of U. S. [1888 

© 1 c: Jan. 24, 1916; E 378044; 

Philip Isaac Jacoby, San Francisco. 

Matin de bataille. See Chants (Les) 
de la guerre. 

May song (Mailied) ; English version 
by Kurt Schindler and Deems Tay- 
lor, transcribed by Max Reger, ed. 
by Kurt Schindler. of U. S. ; mixed 



May song (Mailied) — Continued, 
voices. 4to. (Three folk songs, no. 
2.) [1889 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377149; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Mazubka; by Ladislas Zielewski, of 
Great Britain; piano. [1S90 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369456 ; New music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Mazubka de conceet; by Emile Pes- 
sard, editing and fingering by Felix 
Fox, of U. S. ; piano. [1891 

© Feb. 4, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916; 
E 378055; Boston music co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on fin- 
gering and editing.] 

Meditation; by Claude Default, of 

Australia, op. 10; piano solo. [1892 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369414; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 

London. 

Meditation waltz ; by Norman Ken- 
nedy, of England ; piano. [1893 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367936; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Medley : words and music by L. Co- 
mer, of U. S. [1894 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377107; 
Larry Comer, New York. 

Meeeeswogen ; salon- walzer, von H. 
Labadie, op. 25, bearb. von Fritz 
Meyer, of Germany; violine und 
pianoforte. [1895 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369462 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, 
Germany. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Meet me Down at Shanley's ; words 
and music by C. Stepp, of U. S. 

[1896 
© 1 c. Jan. 17, 1916; E 375882; 
Carl Stepp, Brooklyn. 

Meet me when the lights aee gleam- 
ing low ; words and music by E. G. 
Allanson, of U. S. [1897 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; E 377229; 
Edward G. Allanson, Anita, la. 

Mein gatte muss von hohem adel 
sein ; gavotte aus der operette, 
Furst Xanderl, text von Theo. Hal- 
ton, musik von Joseph Snaga, of 
Germany ; gesang und piano. [1898 
© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 367896 ; Thalia theater ver- 
lag, Berlin. 



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1914 



Melodie sentimentale. See Wonge 
(Per) Seks lyriske stykker, no. 1 c. 

Memories ; words and music by Sam- 
uel Le Bert, of U. S. ; voice and 
piano. [1899 

© Dec. 21, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 367938 ; Nicholson & co., ltd., Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

Memories of Ireland ; words by E. B. 
Stuart, music by E. F. Walker, of 
U. S. [1900 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375940; 
Edith Bracket Stuart, New York, 
and E. Frankie Walker, Portland, 
Ore. 

Men of London Town ; words by Ala- 

ric Templeton, music by Easthope 

Martin; no. 1 in F. [1901 

© Dec. 10, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1915 ; 

E 369552; Enoch & sons, London. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy ( Jacob Ltjd- 
wig Felix) Gruss ; leise zieht durch 
mein geimit; fantasie uber das lied 
von F. Mendelssohn, bearb. von L. 
Ruffin, of Belgium. 1. Violine und 
klavier. 2. Piano 2 ms. [1902, 1903 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369512, 369529; B. Schott's 
solme, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Meyerbeer (Giacomo) Geheiligt sei 
die rache; aus Die Hugenotten, von 
G. Meyerbeer, fantasie, arr. von L. 
Ruffin, of Bel gium ; piano 2 ms. 

[1904 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369475 ; B. Schott's solme, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

■ Meyerbeeriana ; grosses opern- 

potpourri . . . iiber die beliebtesten 
komponistin, von G. Meyerbeer, 
bearb. von L. Ruffin, of Belgium ; 
piano 2 hdg. [1905 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369486; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Meyerbeeriana. See Meyerbeer (Gia- 
como) 

Mia carissima Rosina; versi di P. 
Cinquegrana, musica di E. Bellini, 
of Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 7^ 
inches by 10£ inches. [1906 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369578; Italian book co., New 
York. 



Minita ; three-step by Eugene Platz- 

mann, of U. S. ; piano. [1907 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 

E 377168; Church, Paxson & co., 

New York. 

Mir fehlt so ein liebendes weiberl; 
walzerlied aus der operette, Fiirst 
XanderJ, text von Theo. Hal ton, 
musik von Joseph Snaga, of Germany ; 
gesang und piano. [1908 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1916; E 369409; Thalia theater-ver- 
lag, Berlin. 

Miserere. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Missa choralis ; tribus vocibus aequa- 
libus concinenda, organo comitante, 
et alternante cantu populari, a 
Presb. Licinio Refice, of Italy. 
(Editio Fischer, no. 4035.) 4to. 

[1909 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369557; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Missa penitentialis ; a setting of the 
Holy Eucharist for Advent and 
Lent, edited by C. W. Douglas, of 
U. S., adapted to the American 
Liturgy and harmonized for ace. 1. 
Vocal score. 4to. 2. Voice part. 
12mo. New York, H. W. Gray & co. 
[1910, 1911 
© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. each Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378134, 378138; Charles 
Winfred Douglas, New York. 

Missing (The) links; musical set- 
ting, music selected and arr. by 
George W. Beynon, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Cover-title: Selected and arr. by 
Joseph Carl Breil) [1912 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377240; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on photoplay 
series P-31, music selection and ar- 
rangement.] 

Mit h.jem. See Borg (Oscar) To re- 
ligi0se sange, no. 1. 

Mo dice si, mo no . . . ; versi di S. 
di Giacomo, musica di V. Valente, 
of Italy; mandolino ace. Card 7* 
inches by 10£ inches. [1913 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369563: Italian book co., New 
York. 

Moano; Hawaiian love song, words 
and music by Esotie, of U. S. 

[1914 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28. 
1916; E 377147; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



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1911 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Molly ; words by Darl MacBoyle, mu- 
sic by Leon De Costa, of U. S. 

[1915 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377138; 

Karczag publishing co., New York. 

Mon desir; duet from the opera Pom 
Pom, lyric by Anne Caldwell, music 
by Hugo Felix, of U. S. [1916 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375875; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Mona; African love song, words by 
Joe Young, music by Bert Grant, of 
U. S. [1917 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377310; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

Mondnacht. See Schumann (R. A.) 

Monster grave are you, briny sea; 
words by M. L. R. Griffin, music by 
Paul Shannon, of U. S. [1918 

© Dec. 15, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377226; 
Marie L. R. Griffin, Renfrew, Pa. 

Montanara (La) ; versi di Capurro, 
musica di V. Valente, of Italy ; man- 
dolino ace. Card 71 inches by 1(H 
inches. [1919 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369575; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Moon-path (The). See Lights and 
shadow of childhood, no. 4. 

Moonlight; by Orlando A. Mansfield, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Four sketches, 
no. 2.) [1920 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375901; C. W. Thompson 
& co., Boston. 

MOONTIME, WINTER GARDEN GLIDE; 

words and music bv H. J. Volz, of 
U. S. [1921 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375977; 
Henry J. Volz, Pittsburgh. 

Morning (The) glory; melody by Na- 
than Spector, of U. S. ; piano. [1922 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378117; Samuel Goldberg, 
New York. 

Morning, noon and night ; words by 
James Weldon Johnson, music by 
J. Rosamond Johnson, of U. S. ; high 
voice. [1923 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378018; G. Schirmer, New York. 



Morn's roseate hues ; three-part, 
words by W. Cooke, music by John 
Emerson, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
4to. [1924 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375957; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Mother love; words and music by D. 
H. Wallach, of U. S. [1925 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375937; 
David H. Wallach, Brooklyn. 

Mt. Healthy; march by Gus Beans, 
of U. S. 4to. 1. Orch. 2. Band. 

[1926, 1927 
© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. each Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375928, 375929; Fillmore 
brothers co., Cincinnati,. 

Mountain mists ; reverie by Gordon 
French, of Australia ; piano solo. 

[1928 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369415; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
London. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) In die- 
sen heil' gen hallen ; aus zauberflote 
von A. Mozart, fantasie iiber die 
arie, arr. von Louis Ruffin, of Bel- 
gium; piano 2 ms. [1929 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369474; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Mozartiana ; grosses opern-pot- 

pourri, iiber die beliebtesten melo- 
dien von W. A. Mozart, bearb. von 
Louis Ruffin, of Belgium; piano 2 
hdg. [1930 

© Dec. IS, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369485; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Mozartiana. See Mozart (W. A.) 

Mutterherz (Das) ; fantasie, iiber 
das lied von C. Hennig, bearb. von 
Louis Ruffin, of Belgium. 1. Violine 
und klavier. 2. Piano 2 ms. 

[1931, 1932 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 

1916; E 369514, 369531; B. Schott's 

sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Music for Sabbath and festival 
services ; containing traditional se- 
lections, comp., selected and arr. by 
Henry A. Russotto. 31, 288 p. 8vo. 

[1933 
© Mar. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
24', 1915 ; A 397269 : Hebrew pub. co., 
New York. 



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1955 



Music when soft voices die; from 
Three English lyrics, words by Shel- 
ley, music by T. Wilkinson Stephen- 
son, of Great Britain. [1934 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369546 ; Boosey & co., London. 

by Herbert Fryer; high or 

medium voice and piano. [1935 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369439 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

My beloved is mine ; anthem for 
Easter, composed by R. Walker Rob- 
son, of England; mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [1936 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369429; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

My bonnie ; by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 

pf. ; words ad lib. [1937 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 

1916; E 378093; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

My daddy's gone to wae, has youe 
daddy gone too ; words and music by 
H. Lynne, of Canada. Toronto, The 
Hawkes & Harris music co. [1938 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 369600; Hobb Lynne, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

My favoeite Feench songs; [by] 
Emma Calv§. [High voice] v. 1, 2. 
Boston, O. Ditson company; New 
York, C. H. Ditson & co. [1915] 2 
v. port. fol. [1939, 1940 

v. 1 © Dec. 11, 1915 ; v. 2 © Dec. 
23, 1915 ; 2 c. each and aff. Jan. 28, 
1916 ; A 420557, 420558 ; Oliver Dit- 
son co., Boston. 

My favoeite songs ; [by] Julia Culp. 
[High voice] v. 1, 2. Boston, O. 
Ditson company; New York, C. H. 
Ditson & co. [1916] 2 v. port. fol. 
[1941, 1942 
v. 1 © Jan. 1, 1916 ; v. 2 © Jan. 8, 
1916; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 24, 1916; A 
420507, 420508; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

[Low voice] v. 1, 2. Boston, 

O. Ditson company. New York, C. H. 
Ditson & co. [1916] 2 v. port. fol. 
[1943, 1944 
v. 1 © Jan. 7, 1916 ; v. 2 © Jan. 8, 
1916; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 24, 1916; A 
420506, 420509; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

My gift to Jesus ; words by Julia H. 
Johnston, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [1945 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. .Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375997; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 



My hands I eaise; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
jr., of U. S. [1946 

i© Jan. 31, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1916; E 375989; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

My Hawaiian maid; words and mu- 
sic by R. Martens, of U. S. [1947 
© 1 c. Jan. 12, 1916; E 377179; 
Raymond Martens, Snohomish, 
Washington. 

My home in Ieeland; words by B. 

M. Hale, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [1948 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377265; 

Bessie M. Hale, Poughkeepsie, N. Y. 

My life has been chaemed by you; 
words by T. J. Hartwell, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [1949 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377257; 
Thomas J. Hartwell, Whitefield, 
N. H. 

My little Ieish colleen; words and 
music by Joseph A. Bonner, of U. 
S., arr. by H. O. Wheeler, of U. S. 

[1950 
© Feb. 1, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1916; E 377320; United States mu- 
sic co., Kansas City, Mo. 

My little sweetheart Bob ; words by 
C. Eiermann, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [1951 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377273; 
C. Eiermann, New York. 

My little sweetheaet boy ; words by 

E. Seculia, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [1952 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377118; 

Elizabeth Seculia, Branch Dale, Pa. 

My Liza Lindy Jane ; words by Paul 
A. Lewis, music by Bernisne G. 
Clements, of U. S. [1953 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 378063; Lewis & Elnaugh, 
San Antonio. 

My loveland eose; words by C. D. 
Heath, music by R. A. Browne, of 
U. S. [1954 

© 1 c. Dec. 22, 1915; E 376998; 
Charlotte D. Heath, Logan City, 
Utah. 

My loving baby; words by B. Noble 

Sissle, music by J. Hubert Blake, 

of U. S. [1955 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377125; 

Herman Federoff, Baltimore. 



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1956 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



My Mamie Rose; words and music by- 
Mary Elizabeth Russell, of U. S. 

[1956 
© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 377242; Richard Vale pub. 
co., New York. 

My Minnesota; unison or two-part 
song, words by Marianne Clarke, 
music by Wilma A. Gilman, of U. 
S. 4to. [1957 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378016; Paul A. Schmitt, Min- 
neapolis. 

My own rose, my own; words by 
Louis Zuber, music by Frank J. Gil- 
len, arr. by Otto Gustafsen, of U. 
S. [1958 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 378126 ; Lyric music pub. co., New 
York. 

My song; words by Rabindranath 
Tagore, music by C. Linn Seiler, of 
U. S.; no. 1 in C. [1959 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378150; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

My wish; words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Arthur Rosse; no. 2 
in G. [1960 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 27, 
1916 ; E 367916 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

My Yuma eose ; waltz by R. W. Ingle, 

arr. by Katherine G. Cook, of U. S. ; 

piano. [1961 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377251; 

Ralph W. Ingle, Otis, Col. 

Nazareth. See Holy (The) Land. 

Nce steva na vota ; versi di Ferd. 
Russo, musica di E. Nardella, of 
Italy; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10£ inches. [1962 

© Feb. 5, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916; 
E 369561; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Never leave your home sweet home ; 
words and music by J. F. Foy, of 
U. S. ; arr. by Edward R. Winn, of 
U. S. [1963 

© Jan. 14, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375938 ; James Francis Foy, 
New York. 

Never let the same bee sting you 
twice; words and music by Cecil 
Mack and Chris Smith, of U. S. 

[1964 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 378142; Broadway music Corp., 
New York. 



Never marry; words by Joe Young, 
music by Bert Grant, of U. S. 

[1965 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377157; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

New christian harmony, no. 2 ; 
words and music and editing by F. 
C. Morely, of U. S. Advance sheets. 
Philadelphia, Edward W. Miller co. 

[1966 
© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377140; Francke Cullis 
Morely, Philadelphia. 

New York university song book; 
Charles A. Tonsor, jr., editor in 
chief. New York city, New York 
university book store, 1915. 2 p. 1., 
60 p. pi. 4to. [1967 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 15, 
1916; aff. Jan. 14, 1916; A 418585; 
New York university book store, New 
York. 

Nichol (Horace Wadham) Twelve 
concert preludes and fugues j by 
H. W. Nichol, of England, op. 31; 
piano solo. v. 1. Six single fugues. 
No. 1. Cantilena & fugue in E maj. 
No. 2. Alia corale & fugue, in D 
maj. No. 3. Quasi capriccio & 
fugue, in A min. No. 4. Quasi over- 
turn & fugue in F maj. No. 5. 
Quasi intermezzo & fugue, in D flat 
maj. No. 6. Quasi barcarola & 
fugue, in E min. [1968-1973 

© Feb. 9, 1916; 2 c. each Feb. 
12, 1916 ; E 369604-609 ; G Schirmer, 
New York. 

Night of delight; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Herbert 
Oliver, of Great Britain; no. 2 in G. 

[1974 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369421; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Night on the sea; words by Grace 
L. Hosmer, music by Irving Ging- 
rich, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[1975 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377322; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chi- 
cago. 

NO ONE BELIEVES I LOVE YOU; WOrdS 

by Wm. A. Downs, music by Lou 
Sievers. [1976 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375891; Harold Rossiler 
music co., Chicago. 

Nocturne. See Chopin (F. F.) 



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1992 



Nodding daisies ; by Albert Steck, of 

U. S.; piano. [1977 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 

1916; E 375961; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Noel (Le) du petit Aedennais ; pa- 
roles et musique de A. Mauprey, of 
France; chant et piano. (Paris qui 
chante, no. 590.) [1978 

© Jan. 8, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369390; Paris qui chante, 
Paris. 

Noewegisches volkslied. See Hum- 
mel (Ferdinand) Drei nordische 
volkslieder, no. 1. 

Nuova Italia; versi di Ferd. Russo, 
niusica de E. Cannio, of Italy ; nian- 
dolino ace. Card 7^ inches by 10* 
inches. [1979 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369566; Italian book co., New 
York. 

'O bellu guaglione; versi di A. Cali- 
fano, niusica di E. Cannio, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 7£ inches by 
10i inches. [1980 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369579; Italian book co., New 
York. 

O day divine; words by Edward Tes- 
chemacher, music by Herbert Oliver ; 
no. 4 in F. [1981 

© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 369423; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

O .' Joliet ; words by M. E. Converse, 
music by C. Crozat Converse, of 
U. S. ; chorus of male and mixed 
voices. Joliet, 111., Converse music 
house. 4to. [1982 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378075; M. E. Converse, Joliet, 
111. 

O love divine; anthem, words by C. 
Wesley, music by Orlando A. Mans- 
field, of U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. 

[1983 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 378121 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

'O maeenako; versi di A. Calif ano, 
niusica di N. Valente, of Italy ; man- 
dolino ace. Card 1\ inches by 10| 
inches. [1984 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369580; Italian book co., New 
York. 



O mistkess mine ; words from Twelfth 
night, by Wm. Shakespeare, music 
by Herbert Fryer, of England ; high 
or medium voice and piano ace. 

[1985 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369437; G. Schirmer, New York. 

'O napulitano a Londea ; versi di G. 
Capurro, musica di V. Valente, of 
Italy; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10| inches. [1986 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369571; Italian book co., New 
York. 

O SENKE, SUSSEE SCHLAF, DICH NIEDEE. 

See Auber (D. F. E.) 

'O stjldato alleeo; versi di G. Cam- 
purro, musica di F. Buongiovanni, 
of Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10^ inches. [1987 

© Feb. 5, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916; 
E 369567; Italian book co., New 
York. 

'O suedato 'nnammueato; versi di A. 
Califano, musica di E. Cannio, of 
Italy; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10| inches. [1988 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369577; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Odee nit (Or not)? words by Matt 

Woodward, music by Leon De Costa, 

of U. S. [1989 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377287; 

Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Of a' the aiets ; words by Burns, 
music by H. W. Davies, of England. 
(In The fellowship song book, part 
1, no. 54.) [1990 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 369071; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. 

Offenbach (Jacques) Hoffmanns 
erzahlungen ; Hoffmann-Antonia- 
szene, 3. akt von J. Offenbach, fan- 
tasia bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of 
Belgium; violine und piano. (Cover- 
title: Antonia-Mirakel-szene) [1991 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369502; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

— von J. Offenbach, fantasie 

iiber die scene Mirakel-Antonia, 
bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of Belgium, 
fur piano 2 ms. [1992 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369472; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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OG LYSET DET B0LGEE I STORE SLAG J 

tekst af Nils Collett Vogts, inusik af 
Christian Sinding, of Norway, op. 
117, for sang og piano. (To sange, 
no. 2. ) [1993 

© Oct. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 367881; Norsk musikforlag, Kris- 
tiania, Norway. 

Oh, father, don't sell my heart; 
song from Princess Tra-la-la, oper- 
etta in three acts, words by Matthew 
Woodward, music by Leo Ascher. 

[1994 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367956; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Oh ! God ! let my dream come true ; 
words by Blanche Merrill, music by 
Al. Piantadosi, of U. S. [1995 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378037; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Oh ! how I wish my dreams were 
true; words by G. M. Sattes, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[1996 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; E 375953 ; Geo. 
M. Sattes, Steubenville, O. 

Oh ! let me rest in Dixieland ; words 

by C. A. Conner, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [1997 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377115; 

Chas. A. Conner, New Haven. 

Oh lovely rose ; words by E. H. Ful- 
ton, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[1998 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377113; 
Edith H. Fulton, Portsmouth, O. 

Oh Mister Devil ; words and music by 
L. E. Von der Lieth, of U. S. [1999 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 378008; 
Leonore E. Von der Lieth, Los An- 
geles. 

Oh ! that cello ; written and com- 
posed by Charles Spencer Chaplin, 
of England, domiciled at Los An- 
geles. [2000 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377290; Charlie Chaplin music 
pub. co., Los Angeles. 

Old (The) back seat of the Henry 
Ford; words by Will Dillon, music 
by Lawrence Dillon, of U. S. 4to. 

[2001 
© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377247; 
Leo. Feist, inc., New York. 



Old (The) violin ; words by Mrs. J. L. 
Scarborough, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [2002 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377275; 
Mrs. J. L. Scarborough, Marietta, 
Okl. 

Olga's love song. See Woodhouse 
(Charles) Four Russian melodies, 
no. 4. 

On the blue Danube's bank ; song 
from Princess Tra-la-la, operetta in 
three acts, words by Matthew Wood- 
ward, music by Leo Ascher, of Aus- 
tria. [2003 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367955; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

On the Volga. See Woodhouse 
(Charles) Four Russian melodies, 
no. 3. 

Once I loved a maiden fair. See Saar 
(Louis Victor) Three old English 
songs. 

Once on a time ; words by Kendal Ban- 
ning, music by Elizabeth Winslow, 
of U. S. [2004 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378073; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Onkelchen, sei doch nicht bose ; ge- 
sang aus operette, Das friiulein vom 
amt, worte von Georg Okonkowski 
musik von Gilbert [pseud, for Max 
Winterfeld] arr. von Otto Linile- 
mann, of Germany ; klavier mit ge- 
sang. Berlin, Ahn & Simrock, biih- 
nenverlag g. m. b. h. [2005 

© Dec. 7, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 367908; Max Winterfeld, Berlin- 
Wannsee. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Only (The) word; words by Adrian 
Ross, music by Herman Finck, of 
England. [2006 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 367922; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

Onowa; cantata, words by Frederick 
H. Martens, music by Franz C. 
Bornschein, of U. S. ; vocal score. 
4to. [2007 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2c. Jan. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377245; Festival pub. co., New- 
ark, N. J. 

Onward to the conflict; w^ords by 
G. H. Greene, music by E. Leslie 
Carlson, of U. S. [2008 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375898 ; G. Houston Greene, 
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Op kom de til Eidsvold ; tekst af Nils 
Collett Vogts, musik af Christian 
Sinding, of Norway, op. 117, for 
sang og piano. (To sange, no. 1.) 

[2009 
© Oct 1, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 367880; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Open (The) road; words by William 
C. Braithwaite, music by H. W. 
Davies, of England. (In The fel- 
lowship songbook, part 1, no. 82.) 

[2010 
© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 389074; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. 

Other ( The ) side of the moon ; song 
from the musical comedy, The light 
blues, words by Adrian Ross, music 
by Ho wart Talbot, of England. [2011 
© Dec. 17, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369452 ; Hawkes & son, & Ascher- 
berg, Hop wood & Crew, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Our Booker T. ; words and music by 
C. H. Daugherty, of U. S. [2012 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375924; Chas. H. Daugh- 
erty, sr., St. Michaels, Md. 

Our commander ; march, music writ- 
ten by J. W. Chadwick, of Great 
Britain; piano. [2013 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369554; Empire music & travel 
club, ltd., Toronto, Canada. 

Our country first; by Marie von 
Unschuld, of U. S. ; instrumental. 

[2014 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916; E 378039; 
Marie von Unschuld-Lazard, Wash- 
ington. 

Our soldiers' sons are heroes all; 

words by M. Black, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [2015 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377276; 

Madge Black, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Out of the deep; words from the 
Bible, music by J. Christopher 
Marks, of U. S. ; sop. (or tenor) solo, 
and chorus, organ ace. 4to. [2016 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378139; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Out, out you go; words by A. W. 

Klabunde, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [2017 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377262; 

A. W. Klabunde, San Antonio. 



Ouverture tragique; par Zerco, of 

France, pour orchestre avec piano- 

conducteur. 4to. [2018 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 

E 369396; Barrau, Luchon, France. 

Over and under; words by E. Ray 
Goetz & Joe Young, music bv Bert 
Grant, of U. S. * [2019 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377160; 
Waterson, Berlin, & Snyder co., New 
York. 

Owl (The) and the pussy-cat ; words 
by Edward Lear, music by Carrie 
Bullard, of U. S. 4to. (Beacon 
series, no. 516.) [2020 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378130; Silver, Burdett & 
co., Boston. 

Paa sj0en. See Torjussen (Trygve). 
Fem sange. no. 15. 

Paaskemotet ; musik af Otter Ottesen, 
of Norway, for blandede kor. 
(Norsk musikforlags samling no. 
60) [2021 

© Nov. 27, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 367868; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Pack up your troubles in your old 
kit-bag; quick march, on song by 
Felix Powell, arr. by J. Ord Hume, 
of Great Britain; band. 4to. (Boo- 
sey's march journal, no. 305.) [2022 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369540; Francis, Day & Hunter, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Path (The) of the just; anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by 
James H. Rogers, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. 4to. (Series of 
anthems for mixed voices, no. 4006). 

[2023 
© Feb. 4, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916; 
E 377327; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Pathetic andante no. 1. See Dra- 
matic allegro no. 1, and Pathetic 
andante no. 1. 

Paula; lyrics by Palmelia W T ooclruff, 
music bv William S. Charles pseud 
for W. C. Stickles, of U. S. 

[2024 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377124; 
William C. Stickles, New York. 
Peace flag; march and two-step by 
I. G. Withers, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2025 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 375884; Isaac Gardner 
Withers, New Brighton, N. Y. 



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Peace (The) patrol; by Charles 
Spencer Chaplin, of England, domi- 
ciled at Los Angeles ; piano. [2026 
© Feb. 1, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 377289 ; Charlie Chaplin mu- 
sic pub. co., Los Angeles. 

Peccate 'e pensieeo; versi di R. Fer- 
raro-Correra, musica di N. Valente, 
of Italy : mandolino ace. Card 7* 
inches by 10f inches. [2027 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369584; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Pecche? versi di L. Postiglione, mu- 
sica di N. Yalente. of Italy; man- 
dolino ace. Card 74 inches by 104 
inches. [2028 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369596; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Peggy Malone; words by Joe Good- 
win, music by Al Piantadosi, of U. S. 

[2029 
© Feb. 8, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916: 
E 378035; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Petite (La) coquette; by Charles 
Huerter, of U. S. ; piano. [2030 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 4, 
1916; 1 c. Feb. 10, 1916; E 378099; 
White-Smith music pub. co., Boston. 
Phantasy quartet in B maj. ; by Al- 
bert Sammons, of England, op. 8; 
2 violins, viola and violoncello. 

[2031 
© Jan. 22. 1916; 1 c. Feb. 7, 
1916; E 367944; Hawkes & son, 
London. 
Phantasy quartet, in D minor; by 
S. Spain-Dunk, of Great Britain; 2 
violins, viola and violoncello. 

[2032 
© Dec. 23. 1915; 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 369403; S. Spain-Dunk, 
London. 
Pilot (The) ; march, two-step by A. 
L. Funk, arr. bv Mackie-Bever, of 
U. S. ; full orch. 4to. [2033 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377280 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phila- 
delphia. 
Piper (The) of Hamelin; cantata for 
children, text from the poem by 
Robert Browning, set to music by 
A. Cyril Graham, of U. S. ; chorus 
and tenor or sop. solo, with piano 
ace. 4to. [2034 

© Jan. 29, 1916: 2 c. Jan. 31. 
1916; E 375006; H. W. Gray CO., j 



New York. 



Playing the blues ; words by E. Ray 
Goetz and Grant Clark, music by 
Bert Grant, of U. S. [2035 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377308; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. New 
York. 

Pocahontas ; comic operetta in two 
acts, lyrics by Fred Edmonds, music 
by Edward Johnston, of U. S. ; vocal 
score. 4to. (Fischer ed., no. 4050) 

[2036 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
D 19655; J. Fischer & bro.. New 
York. 

Polish dance ; by M. Arnold ; piano. 

[2037 

© Jan. 28, 1916: 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 367925 ; Maurice Arnold, % 
Cary & co., London. 

Pom Pom ; selection, from the opera, 
words by Anne Caldwell, music by 
Hugo Felix, of U. S. [2038 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375876; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Post (Die) im walde; von H. Schaffer, 

bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of Belgium ; 

1. Violine und klavier. 2. Piano 2 ms. 

[2039. 2040 

© Dec. 18. 1915 : 1 c. each Feb. 2. 
1916; E 369509, 369527; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Povere figliole; versi di A. Barbieri, 
musica di E. Cannio, of Italy; man- 
dolino ace. Card 74 inches by 10£ 
inches. [2041 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369589; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Praise, O Zion, God thy Lord (Lobe, 
Zion deinen Gott) ; words by W. 
Burhenn, English words by J. T. 
Mueller, music by R. Beyer, of U. S. ; 
male voices. 4to. [2042 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29. 
1916; E 377169: Antigo pub. co., 
Antigo. Wis. 

Prayer (The) ; words- by T. J. Hart- 
well, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2043 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377259; 
Thomas J. Hartwell. Whitefield, 
N. H. 



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Prayer (A) for peace; by Paul Held, 
of Russia, domiciled in New York ; 
organ. (St. Cecilia series, no. 65.) 

[2044 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375907: H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Prelude. See Wieniawski (Henri) 
Drei capricen, no. 1. 

Pi:ET'.\ RATORY EXERCISES TO THE DOUBLE- 
STOP studies ; by Richard Hofmann, 
op. 96, ed. by Hugo Ries, of U. S. ; 
violin. (Cover-title: Double-stop 
studies for the violin. Boston 
music co. ed., no. 85.) [2045 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378103 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Pretty ladies ; words and music by 
Harry S. Pepper, of Great Britain; 
no. 2 in F. [2046 

© Jan. 24. 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 369419 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Princesse Jaune. See Saint-Saens 
(C. C.) 

Progressor (The) ; march, two-step 
by Mackie-Beyer. of U. S. ; full orch. 
4to. [2047 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377283 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phila- 
delphia. 

Przebudzenie zakochanego ; wale, 
poezya Panny W. Bandysz, musyka 
z Eug. Walkiewicza, of U. S., op. 12 ; 
cztery glosy mieszane z akompania- 
mentem fortepianu. 4to. [2048 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 375886: Boleslaw J. Za- 
lewski, Chicago. 

Pst, pst; schelmenliedchen, ged. von 
M. Lienert, musik von F. O. Leu, of 
Switzerland, op. 22, no. 2 ; gesang u. 
piano. [2049 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369520; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Puppet (The) showman; from In 

fairyland, by Marie Crosby, of U. S., 

op. 41, no. 4 ; piano. [2050 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 

E 378110 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Put a bit of happiness into an- 
other's life; words and music by 
E. H. Swem, of U. S. 8vo. [2051 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378011; E. Hez Swem, Washing- 
ton. 



Quant'anne ; versi e musica Fran- 
cesco Buongiovanni, of Italy; man- 
dolino ace. Card 7£ inches by 10$ 
inches. [2052 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369586; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Quant' e bello a ffa l'ammore ; versi 
di A. Califano, musica di V. Valente, 
of Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 7£ 
inches by 10$ inches. [2053 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369594; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Quartet no. 4; by Edward Schaaf, of 

U. S., op. 34 ; G minor ; player piano. 

7 sheets 8 inches by 10 inches. [2054 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375925; 

E. O. Schaaf, New York. 

Queen of my dreams ; words by Louis 
Zuber, music by Otto Gustafsen, of 
U. S. [2055 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 378125 ; Lyric music pub. co.. New 
York. 

Raff (Joseph Joachim) Cachoucha; 
caprice von J. Raff, op. 79, bearb. 
von Richard Lange, of Germany; 
klavier zu 4 handen. [2056 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369497; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. ] 

Impromptu; valse by J. J. 

Raff, op. 94, revised edition by Leo- 
pold Godowsky, form and structure 
and harmonic analysis by Edgar 
Stillman Kelley, biographical sketch 
by Emerson Whithorne, of U. S. ; 
piano. [2057 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375922; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright is 
claimed on revisions and annota- 
tions.] 

Ramona; words and music by J. C. 

Johnston, of U. S. [2058 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377318; 

Josephine Chapman Johnston, Los 

Angeles. 

Red man's lament. See Lo. 

Regimental song. See Berlioz (H. 
L.) 

Regina coeli ; by M. Loesch, rev. by 
T. Tedesco, of U. S. ; chorus for 
sop. & alto, with tenor & bass ad 
lib. 4to. [2059 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 37S081; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 



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Reims ; extrait des cathedrales, poerne 
de Eugene Morand, musique de Ga- 
briel Pierne. [2060 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan 25, 1916 ; 
E 369389; Rouart, Lerolle et cie., 
Paris. 

Remember; words by Christina Ros- 
setti, music by Landon Ronald, of 
England; song no. 2 in C niin. with 
piano ace. [2061 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 367917; Enoch & sons, London. 

Remember not, Lord, our offences; 
anthem, words from the Litany, 
music by Henry Purcell, ed. by 
Hugo Ries, of U. S. ; mixed voices 
with organ ace. 4to. (Series X of 
sacred choruses, no. 1146.) [2062 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378056; Boston music co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
iting.] 

Reverie; by R. W. Weihe, of U. S.; 
violin obligato. [2063 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916; E 378129; 
Roxana Wales Weihe, Oakland. 

Richard (August) Drei gesange; mit 
gedichten von Fr. Hebbel, musik 
von A. Richard, of Germany ; gesang 
und piano. Contents: — 1. Dem 
schmerz sein recht. — 2. Der tanz. — 3. 
Der beste liebgsbrief. [2064 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1916; E 369410; Harmonie-verlag, 
Berlin. 

Rigoletto. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Ring (Der) des Polykrates ; heitere 
oper in einem akt, frei nach dem 
gleichnamigen lustspiel des H. Tew- 
eles, musik von Erich Wolfgang 
Korngold, of Austria; vollstandiger 
klavierauszug mit text, arr. v. Ferd. 
Rebay, of Austria. [2065 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367934; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz, 
Germany. 

Ringlein. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Robins' come; trio, words by W. W. 
Caldwell, music by Floy Little Bart- 
lett, arr. by Paul Ambrose, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. (Octavo series, no. 
661). [2066 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E 375861; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Rocking chair song. See Lights and 
shadows of childhood, no. 2. 



Roland's pianoforte tutor ; by Alfred 
E. Roland, of England ; enlarged edi- 
tion. [2067 
© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367929 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Romance; af Hugo Sedstr0m, of 
Sweden, op. 23, for violin og piano. 

[2068 
© Dec. 16, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 367888 ; Norsk musikf orlag, Kristi- 
ania, Norway. 

by Norman Collie, of Australia ; 

violin and piano. [2069 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369413; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 

London. 
Roostervelt ; words and music by E. 

P. Ingersoll, of U. S. Sheet, 1\ 

inches by 8 inches. [2070 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 

E 378020; Edwards P. Ingersoll, 

Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Rose-elf's (The) lament; from In 

fairyland, by Marie Crosby, of U. S., 

op. 41, no. 3 ; piano. [2071 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 

E 378109; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Rose petals ; waltz by Mackie-Beyer, 
of U. S. ; full orch. 4to. [2072 

© Feb. 2. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377281 ; J. W. Pepper & son, Phil- 
adelphia. 

Rossini (Gioachino Antonio) Ros- 
siniana ; grosses opern-potpourri, 
fiber die beliebtesten melodien von 
G. Rossini, bearb. von Louis Ruffin, 
of Belgium; piano 2 hdg. [2073 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369484; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

-Wilhelm Tell; fantasie aus oper 

von G. Rossini, bearb. von L. Jansa, 
of Bohemia ; violine u. klavier. 

[2074 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369501; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 
Rossiniana. See Rossini (G. A.) 
Rubinstein (Anton Gregorovitch) 
Dachtarawan (El) ; oriental waltz, 
by A. Rubinstein, revised and edited 
by Josef Hofmann, of Austria, with 
biographical sketch and glossary by 
Emerson Whithorne, of U. S. [2075 
© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 22, 
1915; E 376394; Art publication so- 
ciety, St. Louis. [Copyright pub- 
lication on revision and annotations.] 



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Russian song. See Woodhouse 
(Charles) Four Russian melodies, 
no. 2. 

Rustic polonaise; by Emile Foss 

Christiani, of U. S. ; piano. [2076 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 

1916; E 378094; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

'S Heiwehland; ged. von M. Lienert, 

musik von F. O. Leu, of Switzerland, 

op. 22, no. 1 ; gesang u. piano. [2077 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1916 ; 

E 369521 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Saab (Louis Victob) Three old Eng- 
lish songs; arr. by L. V. Saar, of 
U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. Contents : 
1. You gentlemen of England. 2. 
Come again sweet love. 3. Once I 
loved a maiden fair. [2078 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 375889; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

St. Nicholas day in the mobning; 
Noel, from the song cycle Red-letter 
days, words by Helen-Taylor, music 
by Easthope Martin, of England ; no. 
1 in C. [2079 

© Apr. 19, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369553 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Saint-Saens (Chaeles Camille) 
Havanaise; by C. Saint-Saens, op. 
83, fingerings and bowings by C. M. 
Loeffler, of U. S. ; violin, piano ace. 

[2080 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 378053 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on fingering 

and bowing.] 

Princesse (La) Jaune; overture, 

[and] Danse des bohemiens; from 
Le Tasse, by C. Saint-Saens and 
Benjamin Godard, arr. by Dan God- 
frey, of Great Britain; full mili- 
tary band. (Chappell's army 
journal, no. 430.) [2081 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1916 ; E 369402 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Salutation (The) of the dawn; 
words from the Sanskrit, music by 
Bertha Remick, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Beacon series, no. 
515) [2082 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378131; Silver, Burdett & 
co., Boston. 



Sanctuary; words by Raymond Wal- 
lace, music by Noel Johnson, of 
Great Britain; no. 1 in A flat. 

[2083 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 1, 
1916; E 369446; Weekes & co., 
London. 

Santa Lucia; Italian folksong, by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano, words 
ad lib. [2084 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378095; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Saba follia; versi di M. A. Mancini 
musica di P. E. Fonzo, of Italy; 
mandolino ace. Card 1\ inches by 
101 inches. [2085 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369592; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Sautebelles (Grasshoppers) ; par 
Hilda Dederich, of France, pour le 
piano. [2080 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 9, 
1916; E 369603; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Savoja uebah ; versi di F. Russo, mu- 
sica di V. Valente, of Italy ; man- 
dolino ace. Card 7£ inches by 10£ 
inches. [2087 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369564; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Schaeffees 1915 melody in A minoe; 
by J. Schaeffer, of Russia, domiciled 
at Bedford Hills, N. Y. ; piano solo. 

[2088 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377213; 

Jacob Schaeffer, Bedford Hills, N. Y. 

SCHEEZINO QUASI MENUETTO. See 

Winge (Per) Seks lyriske stykker, 
no. 2d. 

SCHLESINGEE (SEBASTIAN B. ) 12 melO- 

dious studies ; by S. B. Schlesinger, 

of France; soprano or tenor voice 

and piano. [2089 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 

1916; E 369430; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 
Schmaltz' s Gebman band ; words and 

music by Dave Reed, of U. S., arr. 

by Maurice Smith, of U. S. [2090 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377336; 

Columbia graphophone co., New 

York. 
Schmeez (Dem) sein becht. See 

Richard (August) Drei ges&nge, 

no. 1. 



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Schubert (Feanz Peter) Friihlings- 
glaube; von Fr. Schubert, fantasie, 
bearb. von Louis Ruffin, of Belgium. 
1. Violine und klavier. 2. Piano 
2 ms. [2091, 2092 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369508, 369525; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Du 
ring an meinem finger ; lied von R. 
Schumann, fantasie bearb. von Louis 
Rufiin, of Belgium. 1. Violine und 
klavier. 2. Piano 2 ms. [2093, 2094 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369507, 369526; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

■ — — Mondnacht ; fantasie liber lied von 
R. Schumann, bearb. v. L. Ruffin, of 
Belgium. 1. Violine und klavier. 2. 
Piano 2 ms. [2095, 2096 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916 ; E 369459, 369523 ; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 

■ — — Soldatenbraut (Die) ; von R. 
Schumann, fantasie arr. von Louis 
Ruffin, of Belgium. 1. Violine und 
klavier. 2. Piano 2 ms. [2097, 2098 
© Dec. 18. 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369506, 369524; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

See America first; lyric by Noble 
Sissle and Eddie Nelson, music by 
J. Hubert Blake, of U. S. Baltimore, 
Maryland music pub. co. [2099 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378042; Herman Federoff, Balti- 
more. 

Seek ye the Lord; words from the 
Bible, music arr. by H. W. Davies, 
of England ; men's voices, four parts. 
8vo. (Four short introits or an- 
thems, no. 1.) [2100 
© Dec. 31. 1915; 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 267960; Henry Walford 
Davies, London. 

Sehnsucht ; ged. und musik von Ju- 
lius Edgar Schmock, of Germany, 
op. 24, no. 1 ; eine mittlere sing- 
stimme mit klavierbegl. [2101 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367903; Harmonie verlag, 
Berlin. 

Sense and nonsense; a raggy fox- 
trot by J. Poole, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2102 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375945; 
Jesslyn Poole, Ames, la. 



Serenata a pusilleco; versi di Ferd. 
Russo, musica di N. Valente, of 
Italy ; mandolino ace. Card 1\ 
inches by 10* inches. [2103 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369583; Italian book co., New 
York. 

She is far from the land ; words by 
Thomas Moore, music by Albert H. 
Houghton, of U. S. ; in G. [2104 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377303; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

She's one of the good ould kind ; 
words and music by Dan J. Sullivan, 
of U. S. [2105 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378028; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Shining for Jesus ; words by T. E. 
Allen, music by Charles H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [2106 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375991; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Short requiem in D major; words 
compiled by E. W. Hansell, music 
by H. W. Davies, of England, for 
solo and chorus. [2107 

© Dec. 13, 1915; 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1916 ; E 367962 ; H. Walford Davies, 
London. 

Shule, shule, shule, agrah ; poem by 
Fiona Macleod, music by E. Roy 
Thompson, of England. (Modern 
songs, no. 101) [2108 

© Dec. 8, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 31, 1915 ; 
E 367947; Stainer & Bell, ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Sierra Sue; words and music by 
Joseph Buell Carey, of U. S. [2109 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377344 ; Buell music co., San Fran- 
cisco. 

Simple Simon ; nursery rhyme, music 
by [H. W. Davies] of England. (In 
The fellowship song book part 1. no. 
61.) [2110 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 369073 ; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. 

Since my papa hit the traie; words 
and music by F. D. Lamb, of U. S. 

[2111 

© 1 c. Jan. 24. 1916; E 377197; 

Frederick D. Lamb, Rochester, N. Y. 



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Sing, with all the sons of glory; 
words from the Bible, music by Ed- 
ward Newton, of U. S. [2112 
i© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375958; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Skating along; words by Chas. Mc- 

Carron, music by Albert Von Tilzer, 

of U. S. [2113 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916; E 378145; 

Broadway music Corp., New York. 

Sleep birdie; words by E. E. Hewitt, 
music by Chas. H. Gabriel, jr., of 
U. S. [2114 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 3, 
1916; E 378000; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Slippery (The) slide; words by E. 
Zoch, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2115 
i© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377188; 
Earl Zoch, Fond du Lac, Wis. 

Small town girl; words by Joe 
Young, music by Bert Grant, of U. S. 

[2116 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377158; 

Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. New 
York. 

S-M-I-L-E ; words and music by Hal dor 

Lillenas, of U. S. [2117 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 

E 378004; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

Snow bird; Indian characterstucke, 
lyric by Theodore B. White, melo- 
dies by Clair Van Lynden, of U. S. 

[2118 
© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 377143 ; Buck & Lowney, St. 
Louis. 

So sweet is she; madrigal, words by 
Ben Johnson, music by Patty Stair, 
of U. S. ; men's voices a capella. 
4to. [2119 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378030; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 



SOLDATENBRAUT. 

(R. A.) 



See 



Schumann 



Soldier boys of Uncle Sam ; words 
and music by H. R. Lurvey, of U. S. 

[2120 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377305; Hiram R. Lurvey, East 
Lynn, Mass. 



Some novelty; by Herbert L. Clarke, 
of U. S. ; full orchestra. 4to. 

[2121 
© Dec. 20, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377134; Mace Gay, Brock- 
ton, Mass. 

one step, by Herbert L. Clarke, 

of U. S.; full band. 4to. [2122 
© June 10, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377133; Mace Gay, Brock- 
ton, Mass. 

Somervell (Arthur) 24 sight reading- 
tests ; by Arthur Somervell, of Great 
Britain; piano. [2123 

© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369447 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Sometimes a light surprises ; anthem, 
words by Melchior Vulpius, music 
by L. F. Watson, of U. S. 4to. [2124 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378083; Leslie F. Watson, Rich- 
mond, Va. 

Somewhere ; words and music by M. E. 
Gordon, of U. S. ■ [2125 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377278; 
M. E. Gordon, Rye, N. Y. 

Somewhere in France; one-step for 
dancing, by Herbert Ivey, played by 
Wm. E. Berge, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, C13512) [2126 
© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 375943; American piano co., New 
York. 

Sonate; by Leo Ornstein, of Russia, 
domiciled at New York, op. 31; vio- 
lin and piano. [2127 
© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378015 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Song of the billionaire ; words and 
music bv E. P. Ingersoll, of U. S. 

[2128 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377317; Edwards P. Ingersoll, 
Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Song (The) of the Irish brigade; 
verses bv Lily Dovle, music by Alice 
Doyle, of Ireland. [2129 

© Julv 31, 1915; 1 c. Aug. 17, 
1915; E 367865; Alice F. Doyle, 
Limerick, Ireland. 

Song (A) of the sea; by Anna Pris- 
cilla Risher, of U. S. ; men's voices. 
4to. [2130 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378084; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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Song (The) of the silly fly; words 

by Clyde C. Westover, music by 

P. I. Jacoby, of U. S. [2131 

© 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916; E 378046; 

Philip Isaac Jacoby, San Francisco. 

Song to labour; words by Charlotte 
Perkins Gilman, music by H. W. 
Davies, of England. (In The fellow- 
ship song book, part 1, no. 22.) 

[2132 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 369068; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. 

Sonny; words by D. Eardley-Wilmot, 
music by Arthur Meale, of Eng- 
land; no. 1 in B flat. [2133 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369536; Enoch & sons, London. 

Spanish onion; eccentric tango by 
Cliff Hess; piano. [2134 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377306; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Spring (A) song; three part song, 
verses from a poem by Thomas 
Nash, music by Philip James, of U. 
S. ; women's voices. 4to. [2135 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378137; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Springtime; English version by M. 
Josephine Moroney, music by Rein- 
hold Becker, arr. by E. S. Hosmer, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. (Bea- 
con series, no. 514.) [2136. 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378132; Silver, Burdett & 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

lyrics by Darl Mac Boyle, music 

by Leon De Costa, of U. S. [2137 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377135; 

Karczag publishing co., New York. 

waltz song, words by Grace L. 

Hosmer, music by Irving Gingrich, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. [2138 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377323; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chi- 
cago. 

Star-land; waltz-song, words by J. 
Davenport, music by Ernst Ver- 
dayne, of U. S. [2139 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375870; F. B. Haviland 
pub. co., New York. 



Starlight; by Orlando A. Mansfield, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Four sketches, 
no. 3.) [2140 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375902; C. W. Thompson 
& co., Boston. 

Stars of the summer night ; words 
by Longfellow, music by John Ers- 
kine, of U. S. ; chorus for male 
voices. 4to. [2141 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12. 
1916; E 378140; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

Staviti bbene; versi di A. Barbieri, 
musica di O. Cattedra, of Italy; 
mandolino ace. Card 7| inches by 
10* inches. [2142 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369570; Italian book co.. New 
York. 

Stay with the eagle, Oh Paddy, me 
boy ; poem by M. H. Tannehill, mu- 
sic by R. A. Browne, of U. S. 

[2143 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377174; 
Marie H. Tannehill, Pomona, Cal. 

Stepping onward ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [2144 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378002; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Stop the war; words and music by 
Octavo Kossuth White, of U. S. 

[2145 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 19, 
1916; E 377246; White bros., mu- 
sic co., New York. 

Storm joy; poem by Arthur L. Sal- 
mon, music by H. W. Davies, of 
England ; men's voices. 4to. [2146 
© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367961; Henry Walford 
Davies, London. 

Stormy (The) sea of love; words by 
Ballard Macdonald, music by Harry 
Carroll, arr. by Eugene Platzmann, 
of U. S. [2147 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377142; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

String quartet in A major; by A. 
Bliss, of England, op. 4. 1. Violon- 
cello part. 2. Viola part. 3. 1st & 
2nd violin part. London, Stainer & 
Bell, ltd. [2148-2150 

© Dec. 13, 1915; 1 c. each Dec. 
14; 1915 ; E 367891, 367892, 369443 ; 
Arthur Bliss, London. 



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2167 



Stumme von Poetici. See Auber 
(D. F. E.) 

Subway (The) etjsh; words and mu- 
sic by J. I. Daly, of U. S., arr. by 
Ernest Menna, of U. S. [2151 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377288; 
Joseph I. Daly, New York. 

Sue, sweet Sue ; words by E. Y. Piatt, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [2152 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375947; 

E. Y. Piatt, St. Paul. 

SUFFKAGISTS MAECH SONG J WOl'dS by 

Josh Wink, music by Rudolph Stutz, 
of U. S. [2153 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 7, 
1916 ; E 377335 ; Klee & Morris pub. 
co., Washington. 

Sunbeam childeen ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by H. A. Henry, of 
U. S. [2154 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375985; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Sunlight; by Orlando A. Mansfield, 
of U. S., op. 101; piano. (Four 
sketches, no. 1.) [2155 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375900 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Suonno doce; versi di D. Furno, 
musica di F. Fortezza, of Italy; 
mandolino ace. Card 7£ inches by 
10£ inches. [2156 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369581; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Sue la Feance ; poesie du XVP siecle 
de Pierre de Rod sard, musique de 
Mte. Vanina Casalonga, of France. 

[2157 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369399; Marguerite Casalonga, 
Neuilly, sur Seine, France. 

Swabian dance song ( Schwabisches 
tanzliedchen) ; English version by 
Kurt Schindler and Deems Taylor, 
transcribed by Max Reger, ed. by 
Kurt Schindler, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Three folk song, no. 
1.) . [2158 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377150; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 



Swallow (The) and the labk; song 
from Princess Tra-la-la, operetta in 
three acts, words by Matthew Wood- 
ward, music by Leo Ascher, of Aus- 
tria. [2159 
© Feb. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 367951; Karczag pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Sweet cideb time, when you webe 
mine; words by Joe McCarthy, 
music by Percy Wenrich, of U. S. 

[2160 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916; 
E 378050 ; Leo Feist, New York. 

Sweet deeams of yesteeday; words 
and music by H. R. Moore, of U. S. 

[2161 
© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916; E 378118; 
H. R. Moore, Alliance, O. 

Sweet little woman o' mine; trio, 
words by Frank Stanton, music by 
Floy Little Bartlett, arr. by Paul 
Ambrose, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
(Octavo series, no. 660.) [2162 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375862; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co. Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Sweet Mary Ann of Snowpeak 
Mountain ; words and music by W. 
Witol, arr. by [Eugene Platzman] 
of U. S. [2163 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375892; 
William Witol, Bronx, N. Y. 

Sweet memoeles of yesteb yeaes ; 

words by J. Albertini, music by E. 

S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [2164 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377266; 

Joseph Albertini, Wheeling, W. Ya. 

Sweet eemembeance; by Samuel B. 
Davies, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[2165 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369453 ; New music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Sweet stoey of old ; duet, words by 
Jemima T. Luke, music by Bertha T. 
Allen, of U. S. ; treble voices. 4to. 

[2166 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377324; J. S. Fearis & bro., Chi- 
cago. 
Sweetest (The) eose in June; words 
by E. G. Allanson, music by Chas. 
Miller, of U. S. Chicago, Allanson 
pub. co. [2167 

© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 377227; Edward G. Allan- 
son, Anita, la. 



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SWEETHEAET MOTHEE ; WOl'dS by Mrs. 

H. S. Rose, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [2168 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377122; 
Mrs. H. S. Rose, Campbell, Minn. 

Swing song; words by Louise West- 
wood, music bv R. A. Laslett Smith, 
of U. S. 4to. [2169 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 
1916; E 377244; Festival pub. co., 
Newark, N. J. 

Swinging and swaying; melodie by 
Herbert Forrest Odell, of U. S., op. 
55 ; piano. [2170 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375905; H. F. Odell & co., 
Boston. 

Sybil; musical comedy in three acts, 
by Max Brody and Franz Martos, 
English version and lyrics by Harry 
Graham and H. B. Smith, music by 
Victor Jacobi, of Hungary. Vocal 
score [with additional nos.] [2171 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 367893 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
new lyrics & new music] 

— ^-selection from the musical play, 
by Victor Jacobi, arr. by Harold 
Vicars, of Great Britain; piano. 

[2172 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369449 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Take off a little bit ; from Stop look 
and listen, words and music by I. 
Berlin, of U. S. [2173 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377206; Irving Berlin, inc., New 
York. 

Tanz (Der). See Richard (August). 
Drei gesange, no. 2. 

Tempo e d'amaee; versi di R. d'An- 
drea, musica di N. Valente, of Italy ; 
mandolino ace. Card 7£ inches by 
10| inches. [2174 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369559; Italian book co., New 
York. 

Tendee amoue (Tender love) ; sere- 
nade by Bernisne G. Clements, of 
U. S. ; piano. [2175 

© July 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 375934; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



That land of deeams ; words and 
music by H. D. Eberly, of U. S. [2176 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375941 ; H. D. Eberly, Phila- 
delphia. 

That Paeisian melody; words by 
Marc Kaben (pseud, of B. M. Kaye), 
music by Lewis E. Gensler, arr. by 
William Schulz, of U. S. [2177 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 375921; 
Lewis E. Gensler and Benjamin M. 
Kaye, New York. 

That's why I sigh; words by U. 

Jacques, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [2178 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916 ; E 377120 ; 

Ulric Jacques, Somersworth, N. H. 

Then I'll come back to you; words 

by Mrs. H. S. Rose, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [2179 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377119; 

Mrs. H. S. Rose, Campbell, Minn. 

Theee goes the Peincess Tea-la-la; 
song from Princess Tra-la-la, words 
by Matthew Woodward, music by 
Leo Ascher, of Austria. [2180 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367958; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Theee is a ladye sweet and kind; 
words from Ford's music of sun- 
dry kinds, music by H. W. Davies, 
of England. (In The fellowship song 
book, part 1, no. 58.) [2181 

© Oct. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 4, 1915 ; 
E 369072; Henry Walford Davies, 
London. 

Theee's a land beyond the eainbow 
wheee theee's eoom foe you and 
me; words and music by Gilbert C. 
Tennant, of U. S. [2182 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377126; 
Herman Federoff, Baltimore. 

Theee's a eeason why; words and 

music by S. Downing, of U. S., arr. 

by Bert H. Carlson, of U. S. [2183 

© 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916; E 377209; 

Sam Downing, New York. 

Theee's always one you can't for- 
get; written and composed by 
Charles Spencer Chaplin, of Eng- 
land, domiciled at Los Angeles. 

[21S4 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377291; Charlie Chaplin music 
pub. co., Los Angeles. 



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There's only one girl in all the 
world; words by B. M. Bryant, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2185 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377263; 
Miss B. M. Bryant, Washington, 
N. J. 

There's wondrous beauty in the 
mountains ; words by Norman 
Lawrence, music by Eugene Platz- 
mann, of U. S. [2186 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377193; 
Norman Lawrence Pollard, New 
York. 

They'll wile your time away ; words 
by A. W. Klabunde, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [2187 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377261; 
A. W. Klabunde, San Antonio. 

They're making them wonderful; 
words by Arthur J. Jackson, music 
by James Frederick Hanley, of 
U. S. [2188 

© 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916; E 378144; 
Broadway music Corp., New York. 

This country's going dry; words by 
E. B. Cole, music by Lyman F. 
Jackson, arr. by Vera K. Mullin, 
of U. S. [2189 

© Jan. 28. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378025; Edmund B. Cole, Nash- 
ville. [Copyright is claimed on 
third measure of verse and seventh, 
eighth, fourteenth & fifteenth meas- 
ures of chorus.] 

This day is holy (Dieser tag ist 
heilig) ; words scriptural, music by 
R. Beyer, of U. S. 4to. 1, Male 
voices. 2, Mixed voices. [2190, 2191 
© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. each Jan. 
29, 1916; E 377170, 377171; Antigo 
pub. co., Antigo, Wis. 

This good old Book is for all ; words 
by Lizzie De Armond, music by B. 
D. Ackley, of U. S. [2192 

© Nov. 10, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377286; Charles M. Alexander, 
Philadelphia. 

Those beautiful hands; words and 
music by S. Downing, of U. S. 

[2193 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375970; 

Sam Downing, New York. 

Those country days surely were it ; 

laughing song, words and music by 

Samuel Ehrlich, arr. by Christian 

Praetorius, of U. S. [2194 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; E 377250 ; 

Albert Weiler, New York. 



Those good old days back home; fox 
trot or two step by Jimmie V. Mo- 
naco, arr. by Calvin Grooms, of U. 
S. ; orch. 4to. [2195 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377349 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Thought (A) ; words by A. K. Bene- 
dict, music by J. A. Hidden, of U. S. 

[2196 
© 1 c. Nov. 26, 1915; E 377293; 
Julia Augusta Hidden and Anne 
Kendrick Benedict, Boston. 

Thoughts ; by Gordon French, of 

Australia ; piano solo. [2197 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 1, 

1916 ; E 369412 ; W. H. Paling & co., 

ltd., London. 

Thoughts of memories ; words by W. 
Seiboth, music by Eugene Platz- 
mann, of U. S. [2198 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377205; William Seiboth, Perth 
Amboy, N. J. 

Three Americas ; North, Central, 
South, march and two step by May 
Hill and Hazel Hersh, of U. S. 
piano. [2199 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31 
1916; E 375916; Roger Graham 
Chicago. 

Thumbelina's cradle; from In fairy 
land, by Marie Crosby, of U. S., op 
41, no. 2; piano. [2200 

© Feb. 8, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12 
1916; E 378108; G Schirmer, New 
York. 

Thy little ones ; words and music 

by G. W. Wilmot, of U. S. [2201 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 13, 1916 ; 

1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 375883; Geo. 

W. Wilmot, New Brunswick, N. J. 

Thyre the fair; choral ballad, poem 
by Frederick H. Martens, music by 
William Lester, of U. S., op. 52, no. 
2 ; bar. solo and chorus of female 
voices. 4to. [2202 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375976; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Tilfjelds ; rapsodi over norske melo- 
dier, af Per Winge, of Norway, for 
mandsstemmer. (Norsk musikfor- 
lags samling, no. 294) [2203 

© Nov. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367869 ; Norsk musikf orlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 



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Tell the end of it all; words and 
music by Raymond R. Cramer, of 
U. S.; piano. [2204 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377313; McWilliams-Cramer pub. 
co., Monett, Mo. 

Tina; selection, from the [musical 
play], by Paul A. Rubens and 
Haydn Wood, arr. by H. M. Higgs, of 
Great Britain ; orchestra. [2205 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 26, 
1916 ; E 369401 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

To let; words by F. Cassard, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2206 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377186; 
F. Cassard, New York. 

To Thee I stketch my hands ; words 
and music by J. A. Monroe, arr. by 
Annabel I. Monroe, of U. S. [2207 
© 1 c. Oct. 28, 1915; E 375967; 
James Andrew Monroe, Savannah, 
Ga. 

To those who love us; words by 
Helen Taylor, music by Herbert 
Matheson. of England. No. 2 in A 
flat. [2208 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369537 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Tommy and the French girl (Tommy 
et la petite franeaise) ; paroles et 
musique de H. Christine\ of France. 
1. Chant et piano. 2. Orchester, arr. 
par H. Cas, of France. [2209, 2210 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. each Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369391, 369395; Christine, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Torjussen (Trygve) Fern sange 
(Five songs); musik af T. Torjus- 
sen, of Norway ; op. 17, no. 1 a & b ; 
ord af Charles Kingsley and Thomas 
Moore. Contents : — 1 a. Bankerne 
ved Dee (The sands of Dee) — 1 b. 
Paa sj0en (Come o'er the sea). 

[2211 
© Nov. 15, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 367884; Norsk musik for- 
lag, Kristiania, Norway. 

no. 2, a, b, and c, ord af A. 



Tennyson, Thomas Moore og H. Mac- 
Carthy. Contents : — 2 a. Vuggesang 
(Lullaby).— 2 b. Ekko (Echoes).— 
2 c. Var konge jeg (If I were king). 

[2212 
© Nov. 15, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367S85 ; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 



Tota pulchra; by Samuel A. Rous- 
seau, ed. by Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; 
two equal voices, third voice ad lib, ; 
organ ace. 4to. (Catholic choir 
music, no. 12823) [2213 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 375804; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Traekfuglene ; tekst af K. Billington, 
musik af Karl Billington, of Nor- 
way, for mandsstemmer. (Norsk 
musikforlags udgave, no. 287.) [2214 

© Sept. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367877 ; Norsk musikforlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 
Tre giorni son che Nina ; lied von 
Giovanni Battista Pergolesi, fan- 
tasie arr. von Louis RufFm, of Bel- 
gium. 1. Piano 2 ms. 2. Violine u. 
piano. [2215, 2216 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369476, 369510; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 
Trinklied, aus Die lustigen weiber 
von Windsor ; von A. Nicolai, bearb. 
von Louis Rufftn, of Belgium; piano 
2 ms. [2217 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369473; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 
Troika; mit drei rossen vor dem 
wagen ; aus der operette, Fiirst Xan- 
derl, text von Theo Halton, musik v. 
Joseph Snaga, of Germany; gesang 
u. piano. [2218 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 

1916 ; E 367897 ; Thalia theater ver- 

lag, Berlin. 

True loss ; words by Jessie Ritten- 

house, music by M. W. Hill, of U. S. 

[2219 

© Nov. 17, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 6, 1915 ; 
E 378104; Mabel Wood Hill, New 
York. 
Trumpet (The) shall sound; Easter 
anthem, words scriptural, music by 
C. Simper, of Great Britain; mixed 
voices and organ. 4to. [2220 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369444 ; Caleb Simper, Barnstaple, 
England. 
Tu si' chella ca nun torna . . . ; 
versi di L. Postiglione, musica di 
F. Buongiovanni, of Italy; mando- 
lino ace. Card 7£ inches by 10£ 
inches. [2221 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369562; Italian book co., New 
York. 



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2239 



TURKISCHES ABENDSTANDCHEN ; VOI1 

Carl Zimmer, of Germany, arr. fur 
grosses orchester, mit piano direc- 
tion. 4to. [Streich quintett, brass 
and reed] [2222 

© Dec. 29, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 367945; Apollo-verlag, Berlin. 

Tunes foe our tiny tots; words and 
music by Betty, [pseud, of L. E. 
Von der Lieth], of U. S. [2223 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 378007; 
Leonore E. Von der Lieth, Los An- 
geles. 

Turkish march ; by Gustav Hansen, 

of Germany, op. 27 ; piano. [2224 

© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369433; B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 

Twilight; by Orlando A. Mansfield, 
of U. S. ; piano. (Four sketches, no. 
4.) [2225 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 375903 ; O. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Twilight (A) lullaby; words by 
Florence Earle Coates. music by 
Stanley F. Widener, of U. S. [2226 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378096; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Two little birds; words by Ezra B. 
Eddy, music by J. N. Burnham, of 
U. S. [2227 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377218; John N. Burnham, New 
York. 

Two love-lit eyes; words by Albert 
Maude, music by Wilfrid Virgo; no. 
2 in E flat. [2228 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369422; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Two (The) ways; words by George 
MacDonald, music by Nellie Lewis 
Hoffner, of U. S. 8vo. (In The 
Lewis Lawrence evangelistic party, 
the California evangelists.) [2229 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31. 
1916; E 375908; Robert Charles 
Lewis, Los Angeles. 

Uhr (Die) ; von C. Loewe, fantasie 
bearb. von L. Ruffin, of Belgium: 
1. Piano 2 hgd. 2. Violine und 
piano. [2230, 2231 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369460, 369461; B. Schott's 
sohne, Mainz, Germany. [Copyright 
is claimed on arrangement.] 



Und schliesslich ist gar nichts 
dabei; marschlied aus der operette 
Fiirst Xanderl, text von Theo Hal- 
ton, musik von Joseph Snaga, of 
Germany; gesang und piano. [2232 
© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916 ; E 367898 ; Thalia theater ver- 
lag, Berlin. 

Under the shade; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by B. D. Ackley, of 
U. S. [2233 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378001; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Unforgotten; words by Stella Weiler 
Taylor, music by Will H. Lebo, of 
U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. [2234 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378070; Willis music co., Cin- 
cinnati. 

Ungarischer tanz; von Fritz Kirch- 
ner, bearb. von Fritz Meyer, of Ger- 
many; violine und pianoforte. 

[2235 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369493 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Ungersvenden ; Norske folkevise, 
bearb. af Eyvind Alnaes, of Nor- 
way, op. 25, nr. 3, for mandsstem- 
mer. (Norsk musikforlags udgave, 
nr. 233.) [2236 

© Nov. 18, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 367871 ; Norsk musikf orlag, 
Kristiania, Norway. 

Union (The) meeting song; sacred 
four part song, words and music 
by J. V. Webster, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [2237 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375942; John V. Webster, 
Carlinville, 111. 

Unto Thee lift I up mine eyes; an- 
them, words from the Bible, music 
by Le Roy M. Rile, of U. S. ; sop. 
solo and chorus. 4to. (Series of 
anthems for mixed voices, no. 4001) 

[2238 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377330; Huntzinger & Dilworth, 
New York. 

Valse-caprice ; by Francis Hendriks, 
of U. S., op. 37, no. 2; piano. 

[2239. 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378058 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Valse capricieuse. See Winge (Per) 
Seks lyriske stykker, no. 1 b. 



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Valse impromptu; par P. Valencia 
Courbis, of Chile, op. 20, para piano. 

[2240 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 24, 

1916; E 369442; Pedro Valencia 

Courbis, Santiago, Chile, S. America. 

Valse McGill; McGill university, by 
D. de C. Ross-Ross; piano. [2241 
© Feb. 2, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 367919 ; Donald de C. Ross- 
Ross, Lancaster, Ont, Canada. 

Var konge jeg. See Torjussen 
(Trygve) Fern sange, no. 2 c. 

Velocity. See Wieniawski (Henri) 
Drei capricen, no. 2. 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Miserere; from 
Verdi's II trovatore, concert para- 
phrase for the left hand alone, by 
Charles Kunkel, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2242 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916; E 377237; Kunkel bros. mu- 
sic co., St. Louis. 

Rigoletto; grand selection by 

Verdi, compiled and arr. by Geo. 
D. Barnard, of U. S. ; orch. [2243 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375932; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Veritable (La) Manola; valse espag- 

nole von E. Bourgeois, arr. von W. 

Aletter, of Germany ; piano. [2244 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369495 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Verkaufte (Die) braut; fantasie 
uber beliebte themen aus der oper von 
F. Smetana, bearb. von L. Adam, of 
Germany ; piano 2 ms. [2245 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2. 1916 ; 
E 369499 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

grosses potpourri aus der oper, 

von F. Smetana, bearb. von L. Adam, 
of Germany ; piano 2 ms. [2246 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369500; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Vesper hymns, for the principal 
feasts of the year; harmonized by 
J. P. Jos. Vranken, of Holland; 
voices with organ ace. 4to. (Chant 
melodies, according to the Vatican 
edition, no. 3711.) [2247 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 367941; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



Victoire (La) See Chants (Les) de 
la guerre. 

Vierges (Les) sages et les vierges 
folles ; liturgical play of the 
eleventh century, done into modern 
notation and edited by J. Lewis 
Browne, of U. S. 4to. [2248 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378082 ; Gilbert music co., Chicago. 

Village echoes; country dance by 
Pierre Renard, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2249 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 378097; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Violets blue ; words by Irene Ditzler, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2250 

© 1 c. Jan 27, 1916; E 377103; 

Mrs. Chas. F. Ditzler, Barberton, O. 

words by James Thomson, from 

the German of Heine, music by 
Frank Bridge, of Great Britain. 

[2251 
© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369547 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Violette; valse by T. W. Potter, arr. 

by D. Onivas, of U. S. ; piano. [2252 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377253 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Vision (A) ; God is love; words and 

music by. Thomas Hunter, of Great 

Britain ; voice and piano. [2253 

© Dec. 4, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 24, 1916 ; 

E 369388 ; British music co., London. 

Visions ; by J. P. Ludebuehl, of U. S. ; 

organ. [2254 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 

E 378049; White-Smith music pub. 

co., Boston. 

Visions of paradise; reverie by Ho- 

bart N. Vann, arr. by C. C. Cram- 

mond, of U. S. : violin and piano. 

[2255 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 : 

E 378059 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Voice (The) of love; from The 

masked model, words by Robert B. 

Smith, music by Carl Woess, of U. S. 

[2256 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378032 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

VORWARTS MIT HlNDENBURG ; mai'SCll, 

text und musik von G. Kunoth, of 
Germany ; pianoforte mit Oder ohne 
gesang. [2257 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25. 
1916 ; E 367901 ; Georg Kunoth, Bre- 
men, Germany. 



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Yuggesang. See Torjussen (Trygve) 
Fern sange no. 2a. 

Wadhams-Moline (Lily) Allegretto; 
bv L. Wadhams-Moline, of U. S. ; 
organ, obi. 4to. [2258 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 877217; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Wagner (Richard) Bayreuther 
marsch ; grosses Wagner-marsch-pot- 
pourri, arr. von L. Tervan, of Ger- 
many ; piano 2 hdg. [2259 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 3694S2; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

I AVohl hub' auch ich; duett aus 

Der fliegende hollander, von R. 
Wagner, fantasie bearb. von Louis 
Ruffin, of Belgium, fur piano 2 ms. 

[2260 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369471 ; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Waiting foe yotje eyes of blue ; 
words by E. G. Allanson, music by 
Chas. Miller, of U. S. Chicago, Al- 
lanson pub. co. [2261 
© Jan. 12, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916 ; E 377228 ; Edward G. Allanson, 
Anita, la. 

Walzer-sltte ; von Ernst Ludwig, 
Grosseherzog von Hessen and bei 
Rhein, of Germany, fur klavier zu 
zwei handen. obi. Svo. [2262 

© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369466; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 

Wandervogel (Dee) ; ein marschlied, 
ged. von Elfriede Schniock, musik 
von Julius Edgar Schmock, of Ger- 
many, op. 20; sopran u. alt. mit 
pianofortebegl. [2263 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367900; Harmonie verlag, 
Berlin. 

Wanted — a little love; words by 
Louis Weslyn, music bv Muriel Pol- 
lock, of U. S. [2264 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 378112 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

War song ; poem by A. M. Lyon, music 

by W. R. Hedden, of U. S. ' [2265 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 377350; A. Maynard Lyon, New 

York. 



Washington and the cheery tree; 

words and music bv I. S. Bier, of 

U. S. [2266 

© 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916; E 376984; 

Ira S. Bier, Orting, Wash. 

Watteatj (A) pictuee; by Laurence 
Sturdy, of England; piano solo. 

[2267 

© Jan. 7. 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369538; Bosworth & co., London. 

Way ovee yondee in Ohio ; words and 
music by O. L. Cunningham, of U. S. 

[2268 
© Jan. 24. 1916; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916; E 377106; Oliver Lewis Cun- 
ningham, Mansfield, O. 

We can do something; words and 
music by Haldor Lillenas, of U. S. 

[2269 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375996; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

We don't know why we love; lyrics 

by Darl Mac Boyle, music by Gae- 

tano Merola, of U. S. [2270 

© 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916; E 375868; 

Karczag pub. co., New York. 

We'll be gliding and sliding on the 
aeeoplane expeess ; words by C. 
Marlis, music by Dolly Smith, of 
U. S. [2271 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377175 : Carl Marlis. Brooklyn. 

We'll give credit whebe ceedit is 
due; words and music by S, Down- 
ing, of U. S. [2272 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375969; 
Sam Downing, New York. 

We'll take case of the U. S. A. ; 
march song, words by C. J. Lynch, 
of U. S. [2273 

© 1 c. Jan. 31, 1916; E 377239; 
Chester Joseph Lynch, Waterbury, 
Conn. 

What of the night ; words by Edwin 
C. Lansdown, music by R. G. 
Thompson, ed. by Mark Andrews, 
of U. S. 4to. (Church music re- 
view, no. 410.) [2274 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 : 
E 375974; H. W. Gray co.. New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ed- 
iting.] 

When Abeaham Johnson strikes 
that minoe choed ; words and 
music by W. C. Heine, of TJ. S. 

[2275 
© 1 c. Feb. 1. 1916; E 377184; 
W T . C. Heine, Springfield, O. 



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When daddy comes home again; 
march by A. H. Behrend, of Great 
Britain; band. 4to. (March jour- 
nal, no. 306.) [2276 
© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 5, 
1916; E 369539; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

When fortune smiles on yott; from 
The masked model, lyrics by Rob- 
ert B. Smith, music by Carl Woess, 
of U. S. ; medium voice. [2277 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378031 ; Joe Morris music co., New 
York. 

When i find the sweetheart i am 

looking for; words and music by 

J. Poole, of U. S. [2278 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375946; 

Jesslyn Poole, Ames, la. 

When i look back and think of 
you; words and music by Richard 
Howard, of XL S. • [2279 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375939; F. B. Haviland 
pub. co., inc., New York. 

When i went to school with you; 
words and music by Bob Yosco, of 
U. S. [2280 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 375860; Bob Yosco and 
- Maurice Richmond music co., inc., 
New York. 

When in Vienna a waltz is played; 
song from Princess Tra-la-la, op- 
eretta in three acts, words by Mat- 
thew Woodward, music by Leo 
Ascher, of Austria. [2281 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367959; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

When it's moonlight in the garden 
of love ; words by Bessie Buchanan, 
music by Abe Olman, of U. S. 

[2282 

i© June 1, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 377154 ; La Salle music pub- 
lishers, Chicago. 

When peace reigns once again ; words 
by A. H. Poggenburg, music by E. 
S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [2283 
© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377104; 
A. H. Poggenburg, Bloomfield, N. J. 
When the allies come marching 
home ; words by Mrs. C. M. Nichols, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2284 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377114; 
Mrs. C. M. Nichols, Fulton, N. Y. 



When the autumn leaves were 
falling ; words by F. C. Oratto, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[2285 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377272; 
Frank Carmie Oratto, Hays, Pa. 

When the band is playing I am al- 
ways swaying, 'cause I love to 
dance ; words and music by T.' Par- 
rillo, of U. S. [2286 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1915; E 377200; 
Tom Parrillo, Chicago. 

When the band plays a baggy tune ; 
one step, words and music by Ray- 
mond R. Cramer, of U. S. [2287 
© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377316; McWilliams-Cramer pub. 
co., Monett, Mo. 

When the birds are building homes ; 

words and music by A. Bristow, of 

U. S. [2288 

© July 27, 1915; 2 c. Aug. 27, 

1915; Arthur Bristow, Des Moines. 

When the birds begin to go ; words 
by Fred E. Wright, music by Abram 
C. Littlefield, of U. S. [2289 

© Dec. 23, 1915; 2 c. Jan. 27, 
1916 ; E 377111 ; Littlefield & Wright, 
Haverhill, Mass. 

When the boys come marching 

home ; words by L. Barrighei, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2290 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377277; 

Leon Barrighei, Joliet, 111. 

When the flowers are in bloom my 
Nellie darling, then I'll come 
back to you; words and music by 
T. Parrillo, of U. S. ; words & 
melody. [2291 

© 1 c. Dec. 31, 1915; E 377199; 
Tom Parrillo, Chicago. 

When the golden sunset shines 
down on the farm ; words and mu- 
sic by R. O'Connor, arr. by Albert 
Deeming, of U. S. [2292 

© Jan. 15. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378019; Richard O'Connor and 
P. J. Mullen, Jersey Shore, Pa. 

When the great day comes ; march 
bv Ivor Novello, of England; band. 

[2293 
© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 11, 
1916 ; E 367964 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

When the midnight sun is shining : 
words by F. Olbrich, music by Rob- 
ert Yan Sickle, of U. S. [2294 
© 1 c. Jan. 31. 1916; E 375895; 
Florian Olbrich, Terre Haute, Ind. 



140 



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no. 2, 1916 



2312 



When the mists have cleared away ; 
duet, words by Anna Herbert, music 
by Frederick Jerome, of U. S. ; mez- 
zo soprano and baritone. [2295 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 29, 
1916 ; E 377129 ; J. S. Fearis & bro., 
Chicago. 

When the moon ceeeps out of the 
sea ; words and music by Mrs. M. M. 
Jackson, of U. S., arr. by H. Bauer, 
of U. S. [2296 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377132; 
Mrs. M. M. Jackson, Coldwater, 
Kans. 

When the plumber goes a-plumbing ; 
song from Princess Tra-la-la, oper- 
etta in three acts, words by Mat- 
thew Woodward, music by Leo 
Ascher, of Austria. [2297 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 367954; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

When the southern moon is swing- 
ing low ; words by T. Taylor, music 
by Ray Fay, of U. S. [2298 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 378022; Tell Taylor, Chicago. 

When the train rolled away ; words 

bv C. O'Neill, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [2299 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375954; 

Carroll O'Neill, Annear, Neb. 

When the women vote; words by E. 
Baughman, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [2300 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377181; 
Edward Baughman, West Newton, 
Pa. 

When they come home singing Tip- 
perary ; words by Jack Sutter, music 
by J. M. Loudis, of U. S. [arr. by 
Julius J. Bachmann], of U. S. [2301 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377201; 
Joseph M. Loudis, New York. 

When they grow older, they grow a 
little bolder ; words by Joe Young, 
music by Jack Stern, of U. S. [2302 
© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 3 77307; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

When you're away from the girl you 
love ; words by Joseph Hiller, music 
by Geo. Olcott & Earl Burtnett, of 
U. S. [2303 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378041 ; Curt E. Young, inc., Pitts- 
burgh. 



Where did Robinson Crusoe go with 
Friday on Saturday night; words 
by Sam Lewis and Joe Young, music 
by Geo. W. Myers, of U. S. [2304 

© 1 c. Jan. 19, 1916; E 377156; 
Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., New 
York. 

Where pools are bright and deep ; 
words by James Hogg, music by 
Charles H. Lloyd, of England; uni- 
son song. 4to. [2305 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 369427; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Where's the sargeant ; entr'acte by 
Sydney C. Baldock, of Great Britain ; 
piano solo. [2306 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 367926; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

While I dream you are mine; words 
by Joseph Noel, music by J. N. Burn- 
ham, of U. S. [2307 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377219; John N. Burnham, New 
York. 

Whispering pines ; tone poem, by 
Claude Dufault, of Australia, op. 9; 
piano solo. [2308 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369416; W. H. Paling & co., ltd., 
London. 

White bird ; a bird novelette by Fred. 

W. Hager, of U. S. ; piano. [2309 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377222; Chas. K. Harris, New 

York. 

Why don't they sing about daddy; 

words by Harry Dexter, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [2310 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377190; 

Harry C. Dexter, Princeton, N. J. 

Why not wear Bolling green ; words 

by Mrs. H. S. Rose, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [2311 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377121; 

Mrs. H. S. Rose, Campbell, Minn. 

WlAZANKA PIE&NI NARODOWYCH ; ZeSZyt 

II, zabral B. J. Zalewski, zharmoni- 
zowal Eug. Walkiewicz, of U. S. ; 
mozliwe do wykonania na 3 lub 4 
rozne glosy. 4to. [2312 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 27, 1916 ; 
E 375887; Boleslaw J. Zalewski, 
Chicago. 



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2313 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Widdicombe fair ; humoreske by Julius 

Harrison, of England, op. 22 ; string 

quartett, score and parts. [2313 

© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 

E 369450; Hawkes & son, London. 

WlE NAHTE MIR DER SCHLUMMER ; aUS 

Freischiitz, von C. M. von Weber, 
fantasie aus arie. 1. Arr. von Louis 
Ruffin, of Belgium. 2. Arr. von Fr. 
M. Voss, of Germany. [2314, 2315 
© Dec. 18, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 2, 
1916; E 369470, 389490; B. Schott's 
solme, Mainz. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Wiegenlied ; ged. und musik von Hed- 
wig Grosse, of Germany ; gesang und 
piano. [2316 

© Dec. 17, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 367904; Harmonie verlag, 
Berlin. 

Wieniawski (Henri) Drei capricen; 
von H. Wieniawski, zum konzert- 
vortrag mit klavierbegl. versehen 
unci bearbeitet von Zdislaw Jahnke, 
of Germany ; violine und klavier. 
Contents: 1 Prelude. — 2. Velocite. — 
3. Chant du bivouac. [2317 

© May 31, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 369467; B. Schott's sohne, Mainz. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Wifey! where in the deuce are my 

pajamas; words and music by L. I. 

Wolfe, of U. S. [2318 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375944; 

Louis Ireton Wolfe, Oberlin, O. 

Will love shine in our lives ; words 

by F. Abbott, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [2319 

© 1 c. Jan. 27, 1916; E 377294; 

Freeman Abbott, South Paris, Me. 

Will-of-the-wisp ; f rom Ziegf eld's mid- 
night frolic, words by Gene Buck, 
music by Dave Stamper, of U. S. 

[2320 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378029; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Will someone spoon with me; words 
by T. J. Hartwell, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [2321 

© 1 c. Feb. 4, 1916; E 377258; 
Thomas J. Hartwell, Whitefield, 
N. H. 



William Tell. See Rossini (G. A.) 



Wilson (The) march; words by C. 
H. L. Johnston, music by Geo. C. 
Polini, of U. S. [2322 

© Dec. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378012; Charles H. L. Johnston, 
Chevy Chase Club, Md. 

Wilt Thou not visit me; words by 
Jones Very, music by Orlando A. 
Mansfield, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
4to. [2323 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 C. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 378119 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Winge (Per) Seks lyriske stykker 
(Six pieces lyriques) ; af P. Winge, 
of Norway; piano. No. 1, a. b. c. 
No. 2, d. e. f. Contents :— No. 1, a. 
Elegie.^b. Valse capricieuse. — c. Mel- 
odie sentimentale. No. 2, d. Scher- 
zino quasi menuetto. — e. Marche 
funebre. — f. Danse ancienne. 

[2324, 2325 
© Nov. 24, 1915; 1 c. each Jan. 
21, 1916; E 367886, 367887; Norsk 
musikforlag, Kristiania, Norway. 

WlR DEUTSCHEN FURCHTEN GOTT ; 

Bayern-marsch, von Rudolf Reich, 
of Germany, op. 33. 1. Salonorches- 
ter. 2. Orchester. [2326, 2327 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. each Feb. 
2, 1916; E 369457, 369458; Harmo- 
nie- verlag, Berlin. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Wir mussen siegen; patriotisches 
lied, von Paul Lincke, brillante 
phantasie arr. von Richard Tourbi6. 
fur pianoforte. [2328 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 28, 
1916; E 369405; Apollo-verlag, Ber- 
lin. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

With a tap, tap, tap ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [2329 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375999; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

With Bobbie in his little machine; 

words by F. M. Lane, music by 

George L. Cobb, of U. S. [2330 

© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377131; 

Foster M. Lane, La Follette, Tenn. 
With true love; words by Mrs. S. 

C. Urisarri, music by Arthur H. 

Mann, of U. S. [2331 

© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E 377187; 

Mrs. S. C. Urisarri, New York. 

Wohl hub' auch ich. See Wagner 
(Richard) 



142 



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no. 2, 1916 



2346 



Woman fobevee; march by E. T. 

Paull, of U. S.; piano. [2332 

i© Feb. 5, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916; 

E 378021; Edward T. Paull, New 

York. 

Won't you come back to lovee's 
lane; words by G. C. Jones, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2333 
© 1 c. Feb. 1, 1916; E. 377185; 
Grover C. Jones, West Leisenring, 
Pa. 

Won't you cuddle up a little closee ; 
fox trot, words by Darl MacBoyle, 
music by Leon DeCosta, of U. S. 

[2334 
© 1 c. Jan. 29, 1916; E 377236; 
Karczag pub. co., New York. 

Wood eaibies; waltz, by Pierre Re- 

nard, of U. S. ; piano. [2335 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 

1916; E 378098; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Woodhouse (Chaeles) Four Rus- 
sian melodies; transcribed by C. 
Woodhouse, of England; pianoforte. 
Contents: — 1, Cradle song. — 2, Rus- 
sian song. — 3, On the Volga. — 4, 
Olga's love song. [2336 

© Jan. 13, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 31, 
1916 ; E 367923 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Woeds of peomise; words by Jessie 
E. B. Lewis, music by Nellie Lewis 
Hoffner, of U. S. (In The Lewis 
Lawrence evangelistic party, the 
California evangelists.) [2337 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 31, 
1916; E 375910; Robert Charles 
Lewis, Los Angeles. 

WOEKING, TEUSTING LIVING; WOrdS 

and music by Mrs. W. J. Snyder, 
of U. S. [233S 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 375986; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

YOU AEE TO ME A BIG BED EOSE J WOrdS 

by J. Paul Woodruff, music by Mar- 
tin F. Pane, of U. S. [2339 
© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 375963; 
Pane & Woodruff, South Bend, Ind. 



You'd bettee eaise your boy to be a 
soldier; words by John M. A. Stir- 
ling, music by Robert B. Stirling, 
of U. S., arr. by Frederick Louis 
Neddermeyer, of U. S. [2340 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 377343; 
Frederick Lewis & co., Detroit. 

YOU GENTLEMEN OF ENGLAND. See 

Saar (Louis Victor) Three old 
English songs. 
You'll miss old dad when he is 
gone; words and music by D. S. 
Powers, of U. S. Cincinnati, Jos. 
Krolage music co. [2341 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377255; Dorsey Stone Powers, 
Hawesville, Ky. 
You will never know ; words and mu- 
sic by Raymond R. Cramer, of U. S. 

[2342 
© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377315; McWilliams-Cramer pub. 
co., Monett, Mo. 
Your voice is a garden ; words by 
Clemens Campbell James, music by 
M. James, of U. S. New York, Luck- 
hardt & Belder. [2343 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 24, 
1916; E 377238; Melicent James, 
Schenectady, N. Y. 
Zizica; intermezzo by Francis G. By- 
ford, of England, op. 27 ; piano solo. 

[2344 
© Jan. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 26, 1916 ; 
E 367863; Bosworth & co., London. 
Z'mieoth ut'filoth Yiseoel; a syna- 
gogue hymnal, comp. and adapted for 
the use of cantor, choir, and congre- 
gation, by M. Halpern. Boston, 
. Mass., The Boston music company ; 
New York, G. Schirmer, inc. [etc., 
1915] xii, [140] p. 8vo. [2345 

© Aug. 28, 1915; 2 c. Sept. 1, 
1915; aff. Aug. 31, 1915; A 410284; 
Boston music co., Boston. 
'88 class song; words t>y A. E. Hoyt, 
music by C. W. Curtis, of U. S. 
New York, Hinds, Noble & Eldredge. 

[2346 
© Jan. 4, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 11, 1916; 
E 376820; C. W. Curtis, Rochester, 
N. Y. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1, 1916 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 5 unpublished)- 11 
Class E, Musical compositions (including 401 unpublished) 2,335 



Total 2,346 



143 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [2346 



All will be well; words by Mary 
B. Peters, music by G. C. Stebbins. 

[1 
© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8007, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 
1888, no. 30459. 

leHAMED of Jesus; words by Joseph 
Grigg, music by S. G. Coles [pseud, 
of George Coles Stebbins]. [2 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8011, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 
1888, no. 30472. 

At evening time ; words by H. L. 
Hastings, music by G. C. Stebbins. 
no. 49. [3 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8004, Feb. 
8. 1916. Original entry, Oct. 16, 
1888, no. 29412. 

Barcarolle ; by Anton Strelezki, op. 

17. [4 

© by T. Burno, London, England, 

as next of kin of the author who is 

not living, in renewal for 28 years. 

Renewal no. 7995, Feb. 4, 1916. 
I Original entry, Feb. 27, 1888, no. 

6184. 

Bridal (The) rose overture; by C. 
Lavallee, arr. by J. B. Claus; mili- 
tary band. [5 
© by Raoul Lavallee, Pittsburgh, 
as child of the deceased author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8020, Feb. 10, 1916. Original entry, 
June 4, 1888, no. 16133. 

Come to the Saviour now ; words by 
H. L. Hastings, music by G. C. Steb- 
bins. [6 
© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8008, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 
1888, no. 30460. 



Entreaty; words by Ira Allen, jr., 
music by W. G. Smith. [7 

© by Wilson G. Smith, Cleveland, 
O., as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8024, Feb. 11, 
1916. Original entry, May 21, 1888, 
no. 14829. 

Glory to God in the highest; by 
G. C. Stebbins. no. 84. [8 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8014, Feb. 
8. 1916. Original entry. Nov. 16, 
1888, no. 32544. 

God bless my boy; by G. C. Stebbins. 
no. 56. [9 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8002, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 10, 
1888, no. 28901. 

Handel (Georg Friedrich) Largo; by 
G. F. Handel, arr. by G. P. Ritter 
[pseud, of G. F. Suck] [10 

© by H. P. Schmidt, Jamaica 
Plain, Mass., as executrix, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8040, Feb. 16, 1916. Original entry. 
Jan. 4, 1889, no. 717. 

I am the bread of LIFE ; by George F. 
Root. [11 

© by F. W. Root and Clara Louise 
Burnham, Chicago, as children of 
the deceased author, in renewal for 
28 vears. Renewal no. 8028, Feb. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 16, 1888, 
no. 5191. 

I'm almost home; words by John 
Scott, music by G. W. Stebbins. [12 
© by George Waring Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8010, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 
1888, no. 30469. 

Introduction and fugue from 
Twelfth mass. See Mozart (W. A.) 



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2346 (13) 



pt. Ill, EL S., V. 11 



Lakgo. See Handel (G. F.) 

Launch away; words by William 
Luff, music by G. C. Stebbins. [13 

© by George Coles Stebbins, Brook- 
lyn, as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal 8009, Feb. 8, 1916. 
Original entry, Oct. 25, 1888, no. 
30463. 

LO ! THE MOENING BREAKS J WOrdS by 

N. J. M., music by G. F. Root. [14 
© by F. W. Root and Clara Louise 
Burnham, Chicago, as children of the 
deceased author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8029, Feb. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 23, 1888, 
no. 5793. 

Mighty (The) to save; words by 
William Bennett, music by G. C. 
Stebbins. no. 45. [15 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8005, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 16, 1888, 
no. 29419. 

Modeen anthems; by W. F. Sudds, 
v. 1. [16 

© by W. F. Sudds, Gouverneur, 
N. Y., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8027, Feb. 11, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 16, 1888, 
no. 5177. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Intro- 
duction and fugue from Twelfth 
mass; by Mozart, arr. by H. M. 
Dunham ; organ. [17 

© by Henry M. Dunham, Brook- 
line, Mass., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8038, Feb. 
16, 1916. Original entry, Jan. 4, 
1889, no. 713. 

My love is like the red, red rose ; 
by Frederick Brandeis ; male voices. 

[18 
© by Emelie Brandeis, New York, 
as widow of the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 7902, 
Jan. 20, 1916. Original entry, Feb. 
27, 1888, no. 6183. 

Night (The) we said goodbye; by 
E. Campion. [19 

© by Edward Campion, Cleve- 
land, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8021, Feb. 
11, 1916. Original entry, Feb. 18, 
1888, no. 5366. 



Quit you like men ; words by W. Hay 
and M. H. Aiken, music by G. W. 
Stebbins. No. 52. [20 

© by George Waring Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8003, 
Feb. 8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 
16, 1888, no. 29411. 

Raise the song ; words by C. L. Burn- 
ham, music by George F. Root. [21 
© by F. W. Root and Clara Louise 
Burnham, Chicago, as children of 
the deceased author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8030, Feb. 
11, 1916. Original entry, Feb. 23, 
1888, no. 5799. 

Requiescat (Strew on her roses, 
roses) ; words by Matthew Arnold, 
music by J. H. Rogers. [22 

© by James H. Rogers, Cleveland, 
O., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8023, Feb. 
11, 1916. Original entry, May 21, 
1888, no. 14828. 

Saviour's (The) hand; words by 
Peter Bilhorn, music by G. C. Steb- 
bins. [23 
© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8031, 
Feb. 12, 1916. Original entry, Dec. 
4, 1888, no. 34607. 

Serenade for the organ; by F. Taft. 

[24 
© by Frank Taft, Montclair, N. J., 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8032, Feb. 12, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 14, 1888, 
no. 4978. 

Spinning song. See Wagner (Rich- 
ard). 

'Tis I, be not afraid ; words by Char- 
lotte Elliott, music by S. G. Coles 
[pseud, of George Coles Stebbins], 
no. 9. [25 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8001, 
Feb. 8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 
10, 1888, no. 28895. 

True hearted, whole hearted ; words 
by Frances R. Havergal, music by 
G. C. Stebbins. [26 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8013, Feb. 
8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 25, 
1888, no. 304S0. 



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no. 2, 1916 



2346 (32) 



Tryst (A) ; words by Adelaide Proc- 
tor, music by E. Campion; mezzo 
sop. or alto. [27 

© by Edward Campion, Cleve- 
land, O., as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. S022, 
Feb. 11, 1916. Original entry, Feb. 
IS, 1SS8, no. 5367. 

Two (The) paths; words by F. J. 
Crosby, music by G. C. Stebbins. 

[28 
© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 2S years. Renewal no. 8012, 
Feb. 8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 
25, 1SS8, no. 30478. 

Vacant (The) chair; grand fanta- 
sia by T. H. Rollingson; orch. [29 
© by T. H. Rollingson, Boston, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 8019, Feb. 10, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 27, 188S. 
no. 6163. 



Wagner (Richard) Spinning song; 
from Flying Dutchman, by Wag- 
ner, arr. by H. Strauss. [30 
© by Henry Strauss, Toronto. 
Canada, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8039, 
Feb. 16, 1916. Original entry, Jan. 
4, 1889, no. 716. 

Wake brethren, wake ; by G. C. Steb- 
bins, no. 1. [31 
© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8000, 
Feb. 8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 
10, 1888, no. 28893. 

Wings (The) of the morning; words 
by H. L. Hastings, music by G. C. 
Stebbins. [32 

© by George Coles Stebbins, 
Brooklyn, as the author, in renewal 
for 28 years. Renewal no. 8006, 
Feb. 8, 1916. Original entry, Oct. 
25, 1888, no. 30458. 



147 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE 
ACT OF MAR. 4, 1909. [2346 



Babes in the wood. See Very good 



Eddie. 

Blackbekey blossom; by Elizabeth 
Burchenal. [33 

G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 
ree'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 
190. 

Charms are fairest when they're 

hidden ; by Rudolf Friml. [34 

G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 

190. 

Cossack revels ; by Tscherkoff, arr. by 

Roberts. [35 

Carl Fischer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 7, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 

189. 

Dawning reverie ; by Chas. E. Roat. 

[36 
Chas. E. Roat music co., ltd., Bat- 
tle Creek. Notice rec'd Feb. 15, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 191. 

Dutch serenade; by Lange, arr. by 

Coenraed von Bos. [37 

G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 

190. 

First polka (Kyntnavspolska) ; by 

Elizabeth Burchenal. [38 

G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 

190. 

Good-bye, good luck, God bless you. 

[39 
M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

Goyescas ; introduction to act 2 of the 

opera, by Enrique Granados. [40 

G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 11, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 

191. 

If I find the girl. See Very good 
Eddie. 



IF I ONLY A LAUGH COULD HEAR. 



[41 



© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

If you please. [42 

© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Invocation ; by J. Elie. [43 

© Justin Elie, New York. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 3, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 189. 

Isn't it great to be married. See 
Very good Eddie. 

Little Crinolina. [44 

© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Little man in a fix ; by Elizabeth 
Burchenal. [45 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

My land, my flag. [46 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Feb. 5, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 190. 

My paradise ; by Rudolf Friml. [47 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

My wonderful love for thee. [48 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 9, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

Oh, Father, don't sell my heart. 

[49 

© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

On the blue Danube bank. [50 

© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

149 



2346 (51) 



CATALOGUE OF COPYKIGHT ENTRIES 

pt. m,-n. s., v. 11, no. 2, 1916 



On the shore at Le Li Wi. See Very 
good Eddie. 

Pretty (The) sister-in-law; by Eliz- 
abeth Burchenal. [51 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 8, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 190. 

Some sort of somebody. See Very 
good Eddie. 

Swallow (The) and the lark. [52 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Sweet cider time when you were 
mine. [53 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 14, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 191. 

There goes the Princess Tra-la-la. 

[54 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Thirteen collar. See Very good Ed- 
die. 

Tinker's dance; by Elizabeth Burch- 
enal. [55 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 8, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 190. 

'Tis the end, so farewell ; by Rudolf 
Friml. [56 

© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 8, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 190. 

Very good Eddie; fox trot including 
Some sort of somebody, Wedding 
bells are calling me. [57 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 190. 

medley one step including Babes 

in the wood, If I find the girl. [58 
© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 190. 



Very good Eddie — Continued. 

selection including Babes in the 

wood, If I find the girl, Wedding 
bells are calling me, On the shore at 
Le Li Wi, Thirteen collar, Isn't it 
great to be married. [59 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 190. 
Vienna girls ; by Rudolf Friml. [60 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 5, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 191. 
We don't know why we love. [61 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 2, p. 192. 
Wedding bells are calling me. See 

Very good Eddie. 
Wedding of Jack and Jill. [62 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Feb. 5, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 190. 
Weekly (The) wedding; by Rudolf 
Friml. [63 

© G. Schirmer, New York, No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 8, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 190. 
When in Vienna a waltz is played. 

[64 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 2, p. 192. 
When the plumber goes a plumbing. 

[65 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 11, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 2, p. 192. 
You can't get along with 'em or 

WITHOUT 'EM. [66 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York,. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 16, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 191. 
2nd danse tropicale ; by J. Elie. [67 
© Justin Elie, New York. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 3, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 189. 
6th danse tropicale ; by J. Elie. [68 
© Justin Elie, New York. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 3, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 189. 



150 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS. 



A la fbanqaise; march patriotique, 
paroles cle Georges Millandy, inu- 
sique de Miguel Picazo, of France, 
op. 52 ; chant et piano. [2347 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369722; Gustave Legouix, 
Paris. 

A la taeantella; by Geza Horvath, 
of Austria, op. 128, no. 1 ; piano. 

[2348 
© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380043; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

A mezzanotte in PUNTO ; stornellata 
su vecchi motivi toscani, versi di Ar- 
turo Franci, musica di Ugo Lac- 
chini, of Italy ; canto e pianoforte. 

[2349 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380055 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Abide with me; words by Henry 
Francis Lyte, music by Heinrich 
Lichner, arr. by Thoro Harris, of 
U. S. [2350 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378435 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Aceoss the sea of life; words by 
James Rowe, music arr. by J. B. 
Herbert, of U. S. [2351 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377522; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Ad eegias; low Sunday, by P. F. del 
Campiglio, of U. S. ; mixed voices 
with sop. or ten. solo and organ 
ace, key of E flat. (Gordon's oc- 
tavo Catholic church music, series 
3.) [2352 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377757 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Adagio in A flat; by Herbert A. 

Fricker, of England ; organ. [2353 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 369669; J. & W. Chester, 

London. 



Adele Maeie; words and music by R. 

T. Page, of U. S. [2354 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377727; 

Rose Turnbull Page, Columbus, 

Nebr. 

Adieux (Les), l' absence et le be- 
toue. See Beethoven (Ludwigvan) 
Sonata no. 26. 

Adoeation ; par Alexandre Guilmant, 
op. 44, transcription par Desire 
Walter, of France ; viol on, violon- 
celle et orgue on harmonium. [2355 
© Jan. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369646; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Adoeo te devote; ed. by Eduardo 
Marzo, of U. S., music by M. van 
Overeem; two voices. 4to. (Cath- 
olic choir music, no. 12,813) [2356 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377657 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Aendee paa vej til dammen. See 
Landlige billeder. 

Alaska, the land I love; words and 
music by Jess Hollweg, of U. S. 
St. Louis, Bell pub. co. [2357 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377891 ; Bell music pub. co., 
St. Louis. 

Album of favoeite pieces, book 1; 
music by G. Merkel, edited and fin- 
gered by Thomas F. Dunhill, of 
Great Britain ; piano, nos. 1-10. 

[2358 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369652; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing & fingering.] 

All aboaed foe Feisco ; words by R. 
Grenville and W. F. Penrice, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2359 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377849; 
Richard Grenville and W. F. Pen- 
rice, Los Angeles. 



151 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2360 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



All America; march by J. S. Zame- 
cnik, of U. S., arr. for orchestra. 
4to. [2360 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377539; Sain Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

All covered with little green is- 
lands ; words by Jessica Moore, mu- 
sic by Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; vocal 
or instrumental. (Sounds from the 
play room) [2361 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23; 
1916; E 378363; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

All I want is a cottage, some roses, 
and you ; words and music by C. K. 
Harris, of U. S. [2362 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377703; Charles K. Harris, 
New York. 

All joy be thine; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Wilfred 
Sanderson, arr. by Guillaume van 
den Dyck, of Belgium, with full or- 
chestra ace. 4to. [2363 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 369849; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Alla marcia in F. 
novelties, no. 1. 



See Five musical 



Alla minuetto. See Swinstead (Fe- 
lix) 5 sketches, no. 1. 

Allegro. See Schumann (R. A.) 
Carnaval de Vienne. no. 1. 

Alleluia, alleluia; Easter anthem, 
words by R. W. Norwood, music by 
A. U. Brander, arr. by James C. 
Warhurst, of U. S. 4to. 1. Three 
part chorus for women's voices. 2. 
Chorus for men's voices. [2364. 2365 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. each Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 378207, 37820S ; Theo. Pres- 
ser co., Philadelphia. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangements.] 

words by Wordsworth, music 

by R. M. Stults, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [2366 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378206; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Allies' (The) patrol; music arr. by 
Harold Grant, of Great Britain; 
piano. [2367 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 3S0004 ; Musgrave bros., To- 
ronto, Canada. 



Alone; from The road to Mandalay, 
lyric by William McKenna, music by 
Oreste Vessela, of Italy. [2368 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377913 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Alphabet song; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Paul Lawson ; vocal 
or instrumental. (Sounds from the 
play room) [2369 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378209; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Am i still in your heart, darling; 

words by J. Weiner, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [2370 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; E 377381 ; Jas. 

Weiner, Fitchburg, Mass. 

America; cantata, words by William 
Cullen Bryant, music by Carl Busch, 
of U. S. ; two solo voices and mixed 
chorus. 4to. [2371 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 377647; Festival pub. co., 
Newark, N. J. 

from Heart memories, words and 

music by S. F. Smith, arr. by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano with 
words ad lib. [2372 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378210; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

America first ; march and two-step by 

H. D. Luban, of U. S., arr. by George 

Trinkaus, of U. S. ; piano. [2373 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378564; 

Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 

America, I am prepared for you; 

words and music by L. Feingold, of 

U. S. [2374 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377722; 

Lipa Feingold, Edgewater, Colo. 

America, my country; words and 
music by G. T. Edwards, of U. S. 

[2375 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378350; George Thornton 
Edwards, Portland, Me. 
America prepare ; words by E. H. 
Childs, music by Ribe Danmark, of 
U. S. [2376 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 37S602; 
Elizabeth Herbert Childs, New Ro- 
chelle, N. Y. 
America to-day; march by A. W. 
Swallen, of U. S. ; piano. [2377 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377558; Arthur W. Swal- 
len, Canton, O. 



152 



MUSICAL COMPOSITION'S 



no. 3, 1916 



2396 



American (The) rag; words and 

music by Z. Vebeit, of U. S. [2378 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1916; E 378515; R. G. Thompson, 

Havre de Grace, Md. 

Amherst marching song; words by 
Roswell Philip Young, music by J. 
N. Pierce, of U. S. [2379 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377492; Jason Noble Pierce, Bos- 
ton. 

Among the flowers ; words and music 

by E. S. Phelps, of U. S. [2380 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378211; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Among the hills. See Idyll. 

Amour (L') c'est comme la salade; 
chanson comique, musique par P. 
Champagne, of U. S. [2381 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378395; Philias Cham- 
pagne, Nashua, N. H. 

Amour (L') veille; paroles de Pierre 

d'Amor, musique de V. Monti, of 

France; chant et piano. [2382 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380046 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

An' she sae wee; words and music by 
C. A. Smart, of IT. S. [2383 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; E 377425 ; 
Charles A. Smart, Oakland, Cal. 

Andante cantabile; af Gunnar Foss, 
of Denmark, for orgel. obi. 8vo. 

[2384 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369623; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Angel op Mons ; valse by Paul Paree, 

of England ; piano. [2385 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23; 

1916; E 369699; Lawrence Wright 

music co., London. 

Angels roll the rock away; Easter 
anthem, music by J. J. Thomas, of 
U. S. [2386 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378424 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Angels watch; reverie by Alfred W. 
Sweet, revised by Josef Franzt, 
[pseud of H. L. Heartz] of U. S. ; 
piano. [2387 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377738 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision.] 



Anthem (The) of the free; text by 
Matthew P. Brady, music by Walter 
Keller, of U. S. 4to. [2388 

© Feb. 21; 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378531; Gilbert music co., 
Chicago. 

Anthems of the allies ; arr. by S. 
Gregory Ould, of England; female 
voices and piano ace. 4to. Con- 
tents : — France. — Russia. — Belgium. 
—Japan.— Britain. [23S9 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 369706 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Apostles' (The) creed; music by H. 
Simmons, of U. S. ; voice and organ. 
Svo. [2390 

© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1915; E 377466; Hiram Simmons, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

April fool [and] Such a little 
queen ; two little songs of child- 
hood, words and music by I. Wister, 
of U. S. Plymouth, Cal., The Wister 
studio. [2391 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377487; Isabel Wister, Plymouth, 
Cal. 

Arcady ; words and music by Harry 
S. Pepper, of Great Britain; voice 
and piano ; no. 3 in E flat. [2392 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 369665; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

Are you from Dixie, cause I'm from 
Dixie too; one step, music by 
George L. Cobb, arr. by T. M. Tay- 
lor, of U. S. 4to. 1. Military band. 
2. Orch. [2393, 2394 

© 1 c. band arr. Feb. 25, 1916; 
1 c. band arr. and 2 c. orch. arr. 
Feb. 26, 1916; E 377779, 377780; 
M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Are you half the man your mother 
thought you'd de ; words by Leo 
Wood, music by Harry De Costa, of 
U. S. [2395 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378362; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. 

Are you lonesome; words by Jack 

Williams, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [2396 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378323; 

B. Guy, Manchester, N. H. 



153 



CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



2397 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Argonnenritt ; gedicht von Hans 
Probst, music von Lorenz Cassimir, 
of Germany; mlinnerchor, vierstim- 
migen, partitur u. stimmen. 4to. 

[2397 
© Sept. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916 ; 
E 369634; Richard Banger, nachf. 
(A. Oertel), Wiirzburg, Germany. 

Aetoso. See Bach (J. S.) 

Aeeival of the guests ; characteristic 
piece for beginners, by Marie Cros- 
by, of U. S., op. 40, piano. (The 
birthday party, no. 1.) [2398 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377532; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Art thou weary, aet thou languid; 
anthem, music by J. Truman Wol- 
cott, of U. S. ; solo and chorus of 
mixed voices. 4to. [2399 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378364; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

As pants the haet; words from 
Psalm 42, music by I. E. Hicks, of 
U. S. [2400 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377550; Ira Evans Hicks, 
Browns Mills, N. J. 

Asperges me; ed. by Eduardo Marzo, 
of U. S., music by W. C. Peters; in 
G, mixed voices. 4to. (Catholic 
choir music, no. 1,804) [2401 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377658 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Asea ; song, words by Fred. E. Weath- 
erly, music by Ernest Newton, of 
England. No. 2 in F. No. 3 in G. 
[2402, 2403 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 29, 
1916; E 380031, 380032; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

At evening time when loneliness 
comes 'round; words and music by 
Harry Jones, of U. S. [2404 

© Sept. 10, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378310; Seidel music pub. 
co., inc., Indianapolis. 

At last; poem by John Greenleaf 
Whittier, music by Arthur Foote, of 
U. S. ; soprano or tenor. [2405 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377731 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



At Sunset Hill. See Reverie. 



At the ball in the old town hall; 
words by G. Booth, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [2406 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; E 377371 ; Gil- 
bert Booth, Seymour, Wis. 

At the brook; sketch by Sigmund 
Herzog, of U. S. ; piano solo. (Ru- 
ral episodes, no. 2.) [2407 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377791; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

At the cake-walk jubilee; words 
and music by Gus E. Butler, of U. S. 

[2408 
© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 378598; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

At the end of a beautiful day; 
words and music by William H. Per- 
rins, of U. S. [2409 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916 ; E 378480 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

At the five and ten cent stoee; 
words and music by E. I. Boyle, of 
U. S. [2410 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378452; Edward I. Boyle, 
Worcester. 

At the husking. See Country dance. 

At the speing (V stud&nky sedela 
valcik) ; waltz. 4to. 1. Arr. by F. 
Tryner, of U. S. ; band. 2. Arr. by 
Louis Vitak, of U. S. ; orch. 

[2411, 2412 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 
1916; E 377404, 377401; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

At twilight; words by L. Harden, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2413 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377847; 
Leona Harden, Boone, la. 

Atonement; hymn, words and music 
by Mabel Clara Lincoln, of U. S. 

[2414 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 378155; Mrs. Thomas Cor- 
win Horton, Los Angeles. 

Attente; paroles et musique de Max 
d'Ollone, of France ; chant et piano. 

[2415 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367987; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 



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2430 



Atjber (Daniel-Francois-Esprit) Fra 
Diavolo: Diavolo song, from the op- 
era by F. Auber, arr. by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; piano. [2418 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 378167 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Audi benigne ; lent, by P. F. del Cam- 
piglio, of U. S., mixed voices with 
sop. or ten. solo and organ ace, key 
of F. (Gordon's octavo Catholic 
music, series 3.) [2417 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377767; Estate of Hamil- 
ton S. Gordon, New York. 

Audi benigne conditor ; hymn for 
Lent, by Chas. Mensik, of U. S., 
mixed voices with sop. or ten. solo 
in B flat. (Gordon's octavo Catho- 
lic music, series 3.) [2418 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377768 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Auftkage. See Schumann (R. A.) 

Autumn dance; by Walter Rolfe, of 
U. S., op. 12; piano. (Dance moods, 
no. 3.) [2419 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377614; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Autumn leaves ; words by L. A. Wil- 
liams, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [2420 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377370; 
L. A. Williams, Trenton, N. J. 

Autunno; valse lento, di P. Bianchi, 
of Italy, per mandolino e chitarra. 

. [2421 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369815; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

Ave Maria; music by E. Bonn, of 
U. S. ; four male voices, in key of 
C and G. 4to. [2422 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 378357; Eugene Bonn, 
Rochester, N. Y. 

musik af O. E. Thuner, of Den- 
mark. (Fre religi0se sange, no. 3.) 

[2423 
© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 369617; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Ave maris stella; hymn to Our 
Blessed Lady set to air Silver threads 
among the gold, music by H. P. 
Danks, arr. by P. F. del Campiglio, 
of U. S. ; in B flat. (Gordon's oc- 
tavo Catholic music, series 2.) 

[2424 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377764 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Ave Regina; arr. and ed. by Eduardo 
Marzo, of U. S., music by J. C. 
Adolphe Ming; two women's voices. 
4to. (Catholic choir music no. 
12,799.) [2425 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377659; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Avion (L') heroique; chanson patri- 
otique, paroles de Henri Passerieu, 
musique de Emile Delmas, of 
France. [2426 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369714; E. Delmas, Tou- 
louse, France. 

Awake, glad soul, awake; anthem 
for Easter or general use, words 
from the Bible and part of a hymn 
by John S. B. Monsell, music by 
William Lester, of U. S. ; organ ace. 
4to. (The choral service, no. 843.) 

[2427 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 377501; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Awake, thou that sleepest ; Easter 
anthem, words biblical, music by 
W. G. Owst, of U. S. ; mixed voices 
and organ. 4to. [2428 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378342; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

music by Palmer John Clark, 

of U. S. [2429 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378407 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Aye me; or, The symphony, music 
arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of England; 
piano. (Country dance tunes, set 7) 

[2430 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369797; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



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Bach (Johann Sebastian) Arioso; 
introduction to the cantata Ieh steh 
mit einen fuss ini grabe, by J. S. 
Bach, arr. by Sam Franko, of U. S. ; 
string orch. Score and parts. (Mu- 
sic for string orchestra, no. 125) 

[2431 
© Dec. 24, 1915 ; 2c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378589; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Bagg (De) viljoena; dikt av Ola 
Hansson, musik av Knut Hakanson, 
of Sweden, op. 4, no. 1, for en rost 
med piano. [2432 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369628; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Bagatelle. See Moore (Graham P.) 
Six lyric pieces, no. 6. 

Bajo el oro del creptjsculo ; vals 
lento, por M. Ferrer, of Porto Rico, 
para piano. [2433 

© Dec. 24, 1913; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1915; E 377508; Miss Monsita Fer- 
rer, Santurce, Porto Rico. 

Balfe (Michael William) Bohemian 
girl; selection by M. W. Balfe, arr. 
by G. E. Holmes, of U. S. ; saxa- 
phone quartette. [2434 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 377811; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

1 dreamt I dwelt in marble halls ; 

song from Bohemian girl, opera by 
M. W. Balfe, arr. by M. Greenwald, 
of U. S. ; piano. [2435 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 378188 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

When other lips; song from Bo- 
hemian girl, opera by M. W. Balfe, 
arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. [2436 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14; 
1916 ; E 378169 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Balmy (The) south-wind; song from 
King Sol in Flowerland no. 11, a 
pageant-cantata, poem by E. N. C. 
Barnes, music by Ruth A. Nutter, of 
U. S. [2437 

© Nov. 19, 1915; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1915; E 378353; Edwin Ninyon 
Chaloner Barnes, Central Falls, R. I. 



Baltimore, our Baltimore ; by Emma 
Heinberger, of U. S. ; full orchestra 
with piano. 4to. [2438 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377724 ; G. Fred Kranz mu- 
sic co., Baltimore. 

municipal prize anthem, words by 

Folger McKinsey, music by Emma 
Heinberger, of U. S. ; voice & piano. 
4to. [2439 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916 ; E 378161 ; G. Fred Kranz mu- 
sic co., Baltimore. 

Bantam step; by Harry Jentes, of 

U. S. ; piano. [2440 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1916; E 377699; Shapiro, Bernstein 

& co., inc., New York. 

Barcarolle; by Kathleen Thorn, of 
England ; violin and piano. [2441 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380047 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Bath (Hubert) Two Egyptian 
sketches; by H. Bath, of England, 
pianoforte. Contents: — 1. By the 
Nile.— 2. Nadashda. [2442 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367979; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Battaglia (La) ; no. 2, Pulcinella in- 
namorato, poemetto eroicomico, mu- 
sica di J. Burgmein, riduzione di 
Alighiero Stefani of Italy, per pic- 
cola orchestra. 4to. [2443 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380048 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Battery A; march and two step, by 
Bert Lowe, of U. S. ; piano. [2444 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378393 ; D. W. Cooper, Bos- 
ton. 

Be merciful unto me; words from 
Psalm 57, music by M. L. McPhail, 
of U. S. [2445 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378416 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Be prepared; words and music by C. 

B. Weston, of U. S. [2446 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377456; Charles B. Weston, 

Brooklyn. 

Be still and know; words by Ed- 
mund R. Cummins, music by Fred- 
eric W. Root, of U. S. [2447 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 : 
E 377437; Clayton F. Summy co., 



Chicago. 



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2462 



Be steong in Him ; words by Julia H. 

Johnston, music by Irving Gingrich, 

of U. S. [2448 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1916 ; E 378401 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 



BE SUliE YOUE SIN WILL FIND YOU OUT ; 

words by Ida Scott Taylor, music 
by W. C. Jordan. [2449 

ic) Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378402 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Beautiful (The) enchanteess ; by 
Myron Esterbrook, of Germany, op. 
9; piano. (Ten recreations, no. 1.) 

[2450 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380080; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Beautiful Island of Boo Loo; song 
from the musical comedy, Bells of 
Boo Loo, lyrics and music by N. 
Fraser Allen, of Canada. [2451 

© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 380007; A. Cox & co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Beautiful (The) waltz; by D. R. 
Bassett, of U. S. ; piano. [2452 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377817; 
Duane R. Bassett. Bennington, Vt. 

Bedstefauees have. See Landlige 
billeder, no. 2. 

Beethoven (Ludwig van) Chorus of 
dervishes; etude from The ruins of 
Athens, by L. van Beethoven, tran- 
scribed by Leopold Auer, of Austria- 
Hungary ; violin and piano. [2453 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 369677; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Farewell to the piano ; by, L. van 

Beethoven, rev., fingered and ed. by 
Ferdinand Meyer [pseud, of Charles 
P." Scott], of U. S. ; piano. [2454 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378506; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. [Copyright claimed on 
revision, fingering and editing] 

Sonata no. 26 ; sonata caracter- 

istique, Les adieux, l'absence et le 
retour, de L. van Beethoven op. 
81a, edited, phrased and fingered, by 
Stewart Macpherson, of England, 
for the pianoforte. [2455 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 380001; Joseph Williams, ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing, phrasing, etc.] 



Beethoven (Ludwig van) — Continued. 

Sonates, v. 1 ; de L. van Beetho- 
ven, edition revue par M. Moszkow- 
ski, of France; piano. (Collection 
Orphee no. 113.) [2456 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 380096; Societe franchise 
d'edition des grands classiques mu- 
sicaux, Paris. 

Turkish march; scherzo, from 

The ruins of Athens, by L. van 
Beethoven, transcribed by Leopold 
Auer, Austria-Hungary; violin and 
piano. [2457 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 369676; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Befoee hee picture; idyl, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, of U. S., op. 323, no. 
2, piano. [2458 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378365; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Beginnees' aid to eapid music-bead- 
ing; for students of pianoforte, vio- 
lin, flute, clarinet and other musical 
instruments, arr. by Edwin A. 
Gowen, of U. »S. Boston, Evans mu- 
sic company. 8vo. [2459 
© Feb. 9, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916 ; A 426280 ; W. A. Evans, Bos- 
ton. 

Beginning of the woeld. See Sel- 
lenger's round. 

Behold I shew you a mysteey; 
Easter anthem, music by T. Edwin 
Solly, arr. by Clarence C. Robinson, 
of U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. [2460 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378212; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Behold, what mannee of love ; words 
from Scriptures, music by M. L. Mc- 
Phail, of U. S. [2461 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378405 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Belgium. See Anthems of the allies. 

Believe me if all those endeaeing 
young chaems; fantasie, music arr. 
by Vahdah Olcott-Bickford, of U. S., 
op. 36 ; guitar solo. [2462 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378270; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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Bellini (Vincenzo) Norma; selec- 
tion from the opera by V. Bellini, 
arr. by Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; 
piano, words ad lib. [2463 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378376; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Benedicite omnia opera ; music by H. 

Smith, of Great Britain; no. 2 in F. 

4to. (Choir music, no. 18.) [2464 
© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 

1916; E 369679; Robin Ellis, New 

York. 
Berceuse ; by Catherine V. Duckett, 

of U. S. ; violin and piano. [2465 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 

1916 ; E 377770 ; Estate of Hamilton 

5. Gordon, New York. 

Berlioz (Hector-Louis) Regimental 
song; Rakoczy (Hungarian) march, 
text by Frederick H. Martens, mu- 
sic by Berlioz, arr. by Alfred J. 
Silver, of England. 4to. 1. Soprano 
and alto. 2. Soprano and baritone. 
[2466, 2467 
© Mar. 3, 1916; 2 c. each Mar. 

6, 1916 ; E 369813, 369814 ; J. Fischer 
& bro., New l r ork. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Beside the blue lagoon ; words by 
Foster Richardson, music by Percy 
Elliott, of Great Britain ; no. 1 in 
A minor. [2468 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369647; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Betty (The) Lee; waltz by Don 

Richardson, of U. S. ; piano. [2469 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1916; E 378184; Waterson, Berlin 

& Snyder co., New York. 

Beyond; hymn, music by Ira B. Wil- 
son, of U. S. [2470 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378437 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Bez odpoczynku ; polski taniec arr. by 
Frank Przybylski, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [2471 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 2, 
1916; E 377917; W. H. Sajewski, 
Chicago. 

Bidder (Helen) Five country 
dances; by H. Bidder, of England; 
piano. Contents : — 1. Fairies on the 
sward. — 2. In a hammock. — 3. The 
dairymaids. — 4. The piper. — 5. The 
village green. [2472 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 367999; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 



Biehl (Albert) Twenty-five easy 
and progressive studies for the 
piano; by A. Biehl, op. 44, ed. by 
Joseph Gahm, of U. S. Bk. 2, 3. 
(Carl Fischer's music library, no. 
758, 759.) [2473, 2474 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. each Mar. 
4, 1916; E 377952, 377953; Carl 
Fischer, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on edited version.] 

Big pow wow ; words by Roger Gra- 
ham and Billy Johnson, music by 
James White, of U. S. [2475 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378510 ; Craig & co., Chicago. 

Birds and flowers ; gavotte by Will A. 
Harding, op. 9, arr. by Albert Franz, 
of U. S. ; violin and piano. [2476 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378481; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Bizet (Georges) Toreadore march; 
from Carmen, by G. Bizet, arr. by 
Vahdah Olcott-Bickford, op. 35; gui- 
tar solo. [2477 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378281; Carl Fischer, New York, 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Black-eyed Susan ; words by Mark 
Kaben, music by Lewis E. Gensler, 
of U. S. [2478 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378314; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Bless thou the Lord, O my soul ; sa- 
cred song, music by Harold Craxton, 
arr. by P. Mavon-Ibbs, of Great Brit- 
ain, with organ ace. [2479 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; E 369850 ; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Bliss and despair; words and music 

by H. J. Johnson, arr. by Arthur 

Mann, of U. S. [24S0 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377599; 

Hans J. Johnson, Osseo, Wis. 

Bo-Peep ; words and music by Chas. L. 
Cooke, Richard A. Whiting and Ray 
Egan, of U. S. [2481 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377571; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Boatman (The) ; music arr. by Cecil 
J. Sharp, of England ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 7) [2482 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369791; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



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2499 



Bohemian girl. See Balfe (M. W.) 

Bow down Thine ear, O Lord ; words 
from Psalm 86, music by M. L. Mc- 
Phail, of U. S. [2483 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378433 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Boys of the empire; patriotic song, 
words and music by G. A. Yarwood, 
of Canada. [2484 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 367966; Geo. A. Yarwood, 
Toronto, Canada. 

Breath (The) of scandal; or, The 
mistress of the seas, operetta in 1 
00/100 act, libretto by J. M. Flagg, 
music by D. Taylor, of U. S [2485 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
D 19660; James Montgomery Flagg 
and Deems Taylor, New York. 

Brezza leggera ; barcarola, di E. Trip- 
puti, of Italy, per pianoforte. 

[2486 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369816; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

Bridal (The) school; by D. Mans- 
field, of U. S., for the Hawaiian 
ukulele. [2487 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377536; Dudley Mansfield, 
New York. 

Bring back your love to me; lyrics 
by Jos. M. Davis, music by George 

F. Briegel, of U. S. [248S 
© Feb. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 377881; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

Britain. See Anthems of the allies. 

Broadway I'm longing for you ; from 
the musical farce Suite 16, lyric by 

G. Norman Reis, music by Gus. A. 
Schnabel, of U. S. [2489 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1916; E 378552; 
E. J. Murray music co., Pittsburgh. 

Broken chords. See Graham (Jas- 
per) Six sight reading studies, no. 1. 

Broken thirds. See Graham (Jas- 
per) Six sight-reading studies, no. 4. 

Brounoff (Platon) Intermezzo; by 
P. Brounoff, of U. S. ; violon and 
piano. [2490 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378231; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



Brownie's parade march; by E. Lin- 

denberg, of U. S., piano. [2491 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 

1916; E 378538; Thos. Goggan & 

bro., Galveston, Tex. 



1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th violin 

and piano. [2492 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; E 375760; Thos. Goggan & 
bro., Galveston, Tex. 

Bugle call rag ; by Hubert Blake and 
Carey Morgan, of U. S., piano. 

[2493 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916 ; E 377584 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

Bugler (The) boy; march by D. R. 

Bassett, of U. S. ; piano. [2494 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377822; 

Duane R. Bassett, Bennington, Vt. 

Bumpkin dance. See Farjeon 
(Harry) 5 pieces for piano. 

Busch's robins; impromptu by 
Charles Kunkel, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2495 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378478; Kunkel brothers 
music co., St. Louis. 

But happy. See City of joy. 

Butler's correct method for the 
piano; by M. W. Butler, of U. S. 
v. 3. [2496 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377704 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 
Sedalia, Mo. 

Butterfly hunt; by Sigmund Her- 
zog, of U. S. ; piano solo. [2497 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377785; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

By the Ammonoosuc See Romance. 

By the Nile. See Bath (Hubert) 
Two Egyptian sketches, no. 1. 

Bye-bye Bessie; words and music by 
T. Stewart, of Scotland. [2498 

© Sept. 14, 1915 ; 1 c. Oct. 1, 1915 ; 
E 380016; Thomas Stewart, Edin- 
burgh, Scotland. 

Bywaj zdrowa moja droga; slowa i 
opracowal Antoni Jax, of U. S. 

[2499 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377922 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 



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C. C. P. A. ; march and two step by 
John O. Spikes, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2500 
© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; B 377712; Colored citizens 
protective assn., Hamilton, O. 

(Test mon ami (Bring him to me) ; 
words of old French song, transla- 
tion by Alice Mattullath, music from 
old French air, arr. by Bainbridge 
Crist, of U. S. [2501 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 378285 ; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Call (The) ; arrangement and words 
by R. McKendry, of U. S. ; song & 
chorus with piano ace. [2502 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378336; Robert McKendry, 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
words of the song.] 

Call (The) for peace; words and 
music by P. M. Hill, of U. S. [2503 
© Jan. 12, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377394 ; Pauline M. Hill, Los An- 
geles. 

Call (The) of my heart is you; 
lyric by Arthur E. Bucknam, music 
by Phil J. Lanciault, arr. by Howard 
T. Googins, of XL S. Portland, Me., 
The Orne pub. co. [2504 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 378541 ; P. J. Lanciault, Portland, 
Me. 

Call on me ; from Cousin Lucy, words 
by Edward Grossmith, music by Ted 
D. Ward, of U. S. [2505 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377562; Bernard Granville 
pub. co., inc., New York. 

Calling to thee; words by Wm. H. 
Gardner, music by Charles Wake- 
field Cadman, of U. S., op. 61, no. 3, 
in A flat. [2506 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 377502 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Caltjs mazurek; words and music by 

Antoni Jax, of U. S., op. 22. [2507 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377921; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Campod6nico (Rodolfo) 10 hermosos 
y originales valses; del inspirado 
compositor Mexicano, R. Campodoni- 
co, of Mexico ; piano. The Union 
music co. [2508 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 369645 ; Rodolfo Campodoni- 
co, Tucson, Ariz. 



Canada I hear you calling; song 
from the musical comedy, Bells of 
Boo Loo, lyrics and music by N. 
Fraser Allen, of Canada. [2509 

© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1S16; E 380008; A. Cox & co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 

Caprice in F ; by Ernest Austin, of 

England, op. 54, no. 1 ; piano. [2510 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 

1916; E 367994; Joseph Williams, 

ltd., London. 

Caprice no. 2 ; by York Brown, of Eng- 
land, op. 13; piano. [2511 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2 ; 1916 ; 
E 380049 ; G. Ricorcli & co., Milan. 

Captain, captain ; words by Edward 

Lockton, music by Arthur Rosse; 

no. 2 in F. [2512 

© Jan. 20, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 380078; Metzler & co. (1909) ltd., 

London. 
Caravan. See Egyptian impressions. 
Carnaval. See Schumann (R. A.) 
Carnaval de Vienne. See Schumann 

(R. A.) 

Carnival queen ; skating waltz by 
Lee Orean Smith, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2513 
© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 377888 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Casey of the U. S. A. ; words by H. 

Buckingham, music by Charles H. 

Keefer, of U. S. [2514 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378331; 

Hal Buckingham, San Francisco. 

Cast thy burden on the Lord; 
hymn-anthem, music by Homer N. 
Bartlett, of U. S., op. 258, chorus of 
mixed voices. (G. Schirmer's oc- 
tavo church music, no. 6434.) [2515 
© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 377530 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Cast thy burden upon the Lord ; 

hymn, music by Richard R. Trench, 

of U. S. [2516 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 

E 378432 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Castilian ; tango parisienne, by L. S. 

Roberts, of U. S., arr. by Frank E.. 

Barry, of U. S. ; 1st violin. [2517 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378334; 

Lee S. Roberts, Chicago. 

Catalina; one-step by M. Hurtado, 

of Guatemala, domiciled at Chicago ; 

piano. [2518 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378195;. 

Mariano Hurtado, Chicago. 



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2537 



Celeste waltz; by Maude Drake, of 

U. S. ; piano. [2519 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1916 ; E 377706 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 

Sedalia, Mo. 

Central 1916 ; words by Emil D. Roth- 
man, music by D. B. Girardin, of 
U. S. [2520 

© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 378516; Delia B. Girardin, De- 
troit. 

Champagne and laughter ; song from 
The masked model, an operetta in 2 
acts, lyric by Robert R. Smith, 
music by Carl Woess, of U. S. 

[2521 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 378153; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Chanson de matin ; by Edward El- 
gar, of England, op. 15, no. 2; 
piano conductor part. [2522 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369756; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chansonette; by Noel Norman, of 

England ; pianoforte. [2523 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 

1916 ; E 380013 ; Warren & Phillips, 

London. 

Chant (Le) du retour; marche tri- 
omphale, paroles et musique de Wil- 
lems, of Belgium ; 1. Chant et piano. 
2. Piano seul. [2524, 2525 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367984, 367985; Edition 
Beige Willems, Paris. 

Charlie Chaplin ; march grotesque, 

two-step by Cyril Thorne, of Great 

Britain; piano. [2526 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 

E 3S0077 ; Reeder & Walsh, London. 

Charm (The) of spring (Friihlings- 
zauber) ; words by Ly Steller Hard- 
ing, translated by E. E. Freer, of 
U. S., music by M. Hambitzer-Ran- 
som, of U. S. [2527 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 377432; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
both music and translation of 
words.] 

Chesterfield (The) blues ; words 
and music by W. G. Morrow, of U. S. 

[2528 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377840; 
W. G. Morrow, Danville, Va. 



Child faces. See Retrospections. 



Chimes of Venice; barcarolle by W. 

Decker, of U. S., pf. [2529 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 377592; Walter Decker, 

Brooklyn. 

Choate song; words and music by 

G. E. Moulton, of U. S. [2530 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 378337; Guy E. Moulton, 

Wallingford, Conn. 

Choice hymns for the Sunday 
school, young people's societies 
[etc] Special contributors: A. B. 
Morton, D. Lloyd Griffith [and 
others] [376] p. 12mo. [2531 

© Oct. 15, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
8, 1916 ; A 420325 ; Melody music co., 
California, Pa. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois) Com- 
plete works for the pianoforte ; book 
5. Ballads, by Chopin, newly edited, 
revised and fingered by Rafael Jo- 
seffy, of U. S.,_with a prefatory 
note by James Huneker, of U. S. 
(Library of musical classics, v. 31.) 

[2532 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377678; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing, 
revision, fingering and the prefatory 
note.] 

Etudes ; par Fr. Chopin, edition 

revue par C. Galetti, of Italy, pour 
piano, v. 1, 2. (Collection Orphee 
no. 117) [2533, 2534 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. each Feb. 
19, 1916; E 369681, 369682; Societe 
frangaise d'edition des grands 
classiques musicaux, Paris. 

Preludes ; par Chopin, arr. par. 

A. Casella, of France; piano; edi- 
tion revue. (Collection Orphee, 
no. 112.) [2535 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 367850; Societe frangaise 
d'edition, Paris. 

Chorale prelude on Croft's 136th ; by 
C. Hubert H. Parry, of England; 
full organ. (In Seven chorale pre- 
ludes, 2nd set.) [2536 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 369725; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chorale prelude on Eventide ; by C. 
Hubert H. Parry, of England; full 
organ. (In Seven chorale preludes, 
2nd set.) [2537 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 369729; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Chorale prelude on Hanover; by 
O. Hubert H. Parry, of England; 
full organ. (In Seven chorale pre- 
ludes, 2nd set.) [2538 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 369731; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chorale prelude on Martyrdom; by 
C. Hubert H. Parry, of England; 
full organ. (In Seven chorale pre- 
ludes, 2nd set.) [2539 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 369726; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chorale prelude on St. Cross ; by 
C Hubert H. Parry, of England; 
full organ. (In Seven chorale pre- 
ludes, 2nd set.) [2540 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916 ; E 369730 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chorale prelude on St. Mary; by 
C. Hubert H. Parry, of England; 
full organ. (In Seven chorale pre- 
ludes, 2nd set.) [2541 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916 ; E 369728 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chorale prelude on St. Thomas; by 
C. Hubert H. Parry, of England; 
full organ. (In Seven chorale pre- 
ludes, 2nd set.) [2542 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 369727; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Chorus of dervishes. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Christ-Church bells; music arr. by 
Cecil J. Sharp, of England; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 8) [2543 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369772; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Christ is near; words by J. Wilbur 
Chapman, music by C. H. Marsh, of 
U. S. [2544 

© Feb. 13, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378185; Charles H. Marsh, 
Los Angeles. 

Christ the Lord is risen to-day ; mu- 
sic by M. L. McPhail, of U. S. [2545 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378400 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 



Chryzantem ; roman cyganski z rep 

Baronewej T. Radoszewskiej, of 

U. S. [2546 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377925 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Church (The) orchestra; a collec- 
tion of favorite, well known hymns 
arr. by A. C. Burchle, of U. S.; 
orch. 4to. [2547 

© Jan 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916; 
1 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; E. 377469 ; Willis 
music co., Cincinnati, O. [Copy- 
right is claimed on the arrange- 
ment.] 

Cicin; monferrina, by Pietro A. Yon, 

of U. S. ; piano. [2548 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 378500; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 

Circle the turtle with me; words 
and music by E. R. Smith, of U. S., 
arr. by Chas. W. Wilkinson, of U. S. 

[2549 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916; E 377559; 

Enrique Russell Smith, Austin, Tex. 

Circus song, finale. See Night in a 
harem. 

City (The) of joy; song cycle, lyrics 
by Charles Hanson Taylor, music by 
Deems Taylor, of U. S., op. 9. Con- 
tents: 1. Spring in town. 2. Poor. 
3. But happy 4. The roofgarden. 
5. Home. [2550 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377673; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Class hymn, 1906; words by Dorothy 
Lewis Richards, music by Winnifred 
Andrews Hubbell, of U. S. [2551 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378201; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Class hymn, 1907 ; words by members 
of class, music by Fannie Ball Per- 
rin, of U. S. [2552 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378200; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Class hymn, 1910-1912; words by 
Louise Tebbetts Shutt, music by 
Wm. E. Morgan, jr., of U. S. 

[2553 
© Feb. 2, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916; 
E 378197; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Class song 1913; words by Grace H. 
Holmes, music by Gladys D. Werner, 
of U. S. [2554 

© Feb. 2, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916; 
B 378198; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 



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2572 



Class song 1914; words and music 
by Mary Noble Faulk, of U. S. 

[2555 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378199 ; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Class song, 1915; words by Katherine 
A. Lloyd & Carrie McC. Flournay, 
music by Gladys Morey, of U. S. 

[2556 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378203; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Cloches de joie (Joy bells) ; by Syd- 
ney Burnstead, of England; piano. 

[2557 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 380025; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Close to your heart; words by Ed- 
ward Teschemacher, music by Henry 
Geelil, of England ; song with piano 
ace. and violin ad lib ; no. 2 in E 
flat. [2558 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 369685; Gould & co., Lon- 
don. 

Clouds ; by Cecil Burleigh, of U. S., 
op. 23, violin and piano. (Nature 
studies six compositions, no. 2) 

[2559 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378282; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Clowns' (The) feolic; by Myron Es- 
ter-brook, of Germany, op. 9; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 10.) [2560 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380081; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Co ja kocham. See Nad strumykiem ; 
i Co j a kocham. 

Cohan (The) revue 1916; a musical 
review in two acts, words and music 
by G. M. Cohan, of U. S. [2561 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; D 19662; George M. Cohan, 
New York. 

Cold (The) north-wind; from King 
Sol in Flowerland no. 3, a pageant- 
cantata, poem by E. N. C. Barnes, 
music of trio and cho. adapted by 
Kenneth Hallett, and solo written 
by Ruth A. Nutter, of U. S. [2562 
© Nov. 19, 1915; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1915; E 378351; Edwin Ninyon 
Chaloner Barnes, Central Falls, R. I. 



Collier's (The) daughter; or The 
Duke of Rutland's delight, music arr. 
by Cecil J. Sharp, of England ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 7) [2563 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369801; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Colonel Davis march ; by F. Lang, 
arr. by F. Tryner, of U. S. 4to. 
1. Band. 2. Orch. [2564, 2565 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 
1916; E 377411, 377412; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Colonial dance; by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; violin in the 1st position, with 
piano ace. (Eight miniatures, no. 
6.) [2566 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378214; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Colonial days ; old English dance, by 
M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; two violins 
and piano. (Cover title: Colonial 
dance, The two violinists, no. 7.) 

[2567 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378366; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Colonial three step; by J. J. Fitz- 

patrick, of U. S. ; piano. [2568 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1916 ; E 378479 ; John J. Fitzpatrick, 

Providence, R. I. 

Come back to me old Black Joe; 
words and music by W. W. Camp- 
bell, of U. S. [2569 
© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377424; Wilbur Watkins Camp- 
bell, Los Angeles. 

Come back to Yokohama Bay; lyric 
by R. E. Sherwood, music by Samuel 
Powers Sears, of U. S., arr. by Ar- 
thur Morse, of U. S. [2570 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1916; E 377934; 
Robert Emmet Sherwood, New York. 

Come on for a jolly good time ; words 
by E. Flanders, music by Hattie M. 
Guilford, of U. S. North Adams, 
Mass., E. E. Guilford. [2571 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378601; Edward Flanders, No. 
Adams, Mass. 

Come on to Nashville, Tennessee; 
words and music by Walter Donald- 
son, of U. S. [2572 
© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377829; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 



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2573 



pt. Ill, R. S., V. 11 



Come sail with me o'er the golden 
sea ; words and music by E. G. Cor- 
son, of U. S. [2573 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916; E 377541; 
Eva Gibbons Corson, Columbus, O. 

Complete works for the pianoforte. 
See Chopin (F. F.)— Schumann (R. 

A.) 

Concert etude ; by Charles Dennee. of 

U. S., op. 40 ; pianoforte. [2574 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 

1916; E 377730; Arthur P. Schmidt 

co., Boston. 

Concert study; by Eugene Goossens, 

of England, op. 10 ; piano. [2575 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369751 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 

Concerto in A. See Mozart (W. A.) 

Consider the lilies; hymn, music by 
M. L. McPhail, of U. S. [2576 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378436 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Contemplation ; by Brian Hope, arr. 

by J. Louis von der Mehden, jr., of 

U. S. ; orch. 4to. [2577 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377940; Elkin & co., ltd., London. 

Conversation amoureuse; valse ca- 
price by Emil Kreuz, of England ; 
piano conductor part. [2578 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369757; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 

Coquette (The) ; by L. Leslie Loth, 
of U. S. ; piano. [2579 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 

E 377438; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 

Corona; valse lente, by L. Claude, of 

Canada; piano. [2580 

© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3. 1916 ; 
E 369811; E. L. Turcot, Lowell, 
Mass. 

Coronation (The) day; music arr. 
by Cecil J. Sharp, of England; 
piano. (Country dance tune, set 8) 

[25S1 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 

1916; E 369770; Novello & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Corporal John Bartholemy; words 

by Fred. E. Weatherly, music by 

Ernest Newton, of Great Britain; 

no. 2 in C. [25S2 

© Feb. 5, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; 

E 380002 ; Boosey & co., London. 



Corteggio nuziale; no. 4, Pulcinella 
innamorato, poemetto eroi-comico, 
musica di J. Burgmein, riduzione di 
Alighiero Stefani. of Italy, per pic 
cola orchestra. (Intermezzi musi 
cali, no. 567.) [2583 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380050 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Could I but hear from home; words 
and music by E. L. Jones, of U. S 

[2584 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377710; Embert L. Jones, 
Portland, Me. 

Country dance, At the husking ; by 
Arthur Hinton, of England, domi- 
ciled at New York, N. Y., piano. 
(A summer pilgrimage in the White 
Mountains, no. 5.) [2585 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369747; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Cradle song (Wiegenliedchen) ; words 
by Richard Dehmel, translated by 
Paul England, music by Leo Orn- 
stein, of Russia, domiciled at New 
York, op. 33, no. 1 ; pf. ace, violin 
ad lib. (Three songs, voice and 
piano, no. 1.) [2586 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916: E 378269; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Cradle (A) song of the war; words 
by N. S. D. ; music by Margaret 
Ruthven Lang, of U. S., op. 55; low 
voice in B minor. [2587 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377666 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Create in me a clean heart; words 
from Psalm 51, music by Win. Gris- 
wold Smith, of U. S. [25SS 

© Feb. 17, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378396 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Crown (The) of empire; words by 
Frederick George Scott, music by 
Eaton Faning, of England; chorus 
of mixed voices with piano ace. 
4to. (Novello's part-song book, sec- 
ond series, no. 1320.) [2589 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 380029; Novello & co. ltd., 
London. 

Cuckoo (The) ; trio, words by John 
Logan, music by Carl Halm, of 
U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. (Oc 
tavo series, no. 663.) [2590 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377545; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 



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Cui (Cesar) Nocturne; words trans- 
lated from the Russian, by Nathan 
Haskell Dole, of U. S., music by 
Cesar Cui; chorus of mixed voices, 
5 parts. [2591 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378356; Boston music co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation.] 

Cuoee (II) delle donne ; eanzonetta, 
versi di Arturo Franci, musica di 
Ugo Lacchini, of Italy ; canto e 
pianoforte. [2592 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380054 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Curro cuchares (The bull-fighter) ; 
march, by Gerardo Metallo, arr. by 
H. F. Odell, of U. S. ; mandolin 
orch. [2593 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 3777S9; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Dairymaids (The). See Bidder 
(Helen) Five country dances, no. 3. 

Daisies in June; lyric by Bliss Car- 
men, music by Aston Tyrrold, of 
Great Britain, op 5, no. 2 ; voice and 
piano. [2594 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 380018; A. Corbett Smith, 
Leeds, England. 

Daisy; mazurka by Jos. J. Kaiser, of 

U. S., op. 25; piano. [2595 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377930; Jos. J. Kaiser music co., 

New York. 

Dance a baby diddy ; instructive piece, 
first grade, with easy variations by 
M. Green wald, of U. S. ; piano treble 
clef only, words ad lib. [2596 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378367; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dance miniatures ; suite by Robert 
Pickard, of Great Britain; piano. 
Contents: — From the golden age; 
gavotte. — Dance of the skaters. — 
Valse of delight. [2597 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369703; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dance oe the dwarfs ; by Myron Es- 
terbrook, of Germany, op. 9; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 4.) [2598 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380082; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 



Dance of the flowers ; by Cedric W. 

Lemont, of U. S., op. 16, piano. 

(Playtime fancies, no. 3.) [2599 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 

E 377667 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Dance of the shepherds; by Myron 
Esterbrook, of Germany, op. 9 ; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 9.) [2600 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380083; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Dance of the skaters. See Dance 
miniatures. 

Dance of the wood-sprites ; rondino, 
by Theo. Verhey, arr. by Albert 
Franz, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[2601 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378482; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dance sketch, no. 3 ; Dolce far niente ; 

music by S. Hawley, of England; 

piano. London, Cary & co. [2602 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 19, 

, 1916 ; E 3696S8 ; Stanley Hawley, 

* % Cary & co., London. 

Dances (The) then and now; words 

and music by Jack Burnett, of U. S., 

arr. by Paul Pratt, of U. S. [2603 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377692; 

Victor Foster, Fulton, N. Y. 

Dancing sailor; scherzino, by Theo. 
Verhey, arr. by Albert Franz, of U. 
S. ; violin and piano. [2604 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378483; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Danse capricieuse; ur pantomimbal- 
etten, Per svinaherde, av Kurt At- 
terberg, of Sweden, op. 9. nr. 10; 
piano. [2605 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369626; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Danse gracieuse; gavotte by Attilio 
Parelli, of Italy, domiciled in Chi- 
cago; piano. [2606 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378469; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Danza tripolina; arabesca, by Pietro 

A. Yon, of U. S. ; piano. [2607 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E. 378499-; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 



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Danzetta ; by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
violin in the 1st position, with piano 
ace. (Eight miniatures, no. 2.) 

[2608 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378215; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Dare (The) devil; march and two- 
step by H. D. Luban, of U. S., arr. 
by George Trinkaus, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2609 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378563; 
Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 

Day (A) ; valse ballad, lyrics by Wil- 
liam Melanson, music by A. F. Conk- 
ling, of U. S. Haverhill, Mass., 
Conkling pub. co. [2610 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 378540 ; Arthur F. Conkling, 
Brockton, Mass. 

Day (The) ; words by Henry Chap- 
pell, music by M. Davis, of Great 
Britain. [2611 

© Feb. 19, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 369843 ; Marian Davis, London. 

Day (The) is gently sinking; hymn- 
anthem, words by Christopher 
Wordsworth, music by Patty Stair, 
of U. S. ; mixed voices and organ. 
4to. (The Choral service, no. 839.) 

[2612 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377739 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. 

Day (The) is past and over; words 
from an old hymn, music by C. S. 
Briggs, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
(Arthur P. Schmidt's octavo edition, 
no. 1171.) [2613 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 377729; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Day (The) of gladness; words by 
Mrs. Frank A. Breck, music by C. H. 
Gabriel, of XL S. [2614 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377454 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Dear Erin go bragh ; words by Paul 

A. Lewis, music by Bernisne G. 

Clements, of U. S. [2615 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377640 ; Lewis and Elnaugh, 
San Antonio. 
Dear girl; words by Earl Berlin, 
music by Earl Berlin and Jess Holl- 
weg, of U. S. St. Louis, Bell pub. 
co. [2616 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377892 ; Bell music pub. CO., 
St. Louis. 



Dear girl of my heart; song and 
chorus, words and music by E. A. 
Jackson. [2617 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378188; Wilson C. Shantz 
& Edward A. Jackson, Camden, N. J. 

Dear Ireland I love you; words and 
music by Carl B. Winge, of U. S. 

[2618 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1916; E 378163; Echo music pub. 

co., Seattle, Wash. 

Dear land of home ; words and music 
by Graham Valmore, of England; 
voice and piano ace. no. 3 in F. 
New and revised edition. [2619 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 380030; Edward Schuberth 
& co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision.] 

Dear little home, sweet home; 
words and music by Chas. L. John- 
son, of U. S. [2620 
© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377843; Forster music publisher, 
Chicago. 

Dear old dad ; words and music by 

P. M. Hill, of U. S. [2621 

© Feb. 14; 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 377385; Pauline M. Hill, 

Los Angeles. 

Dear old Des Moines ; words and 
music by J. O. Haag, of U. S. [2622 
© Mar. 3 ,1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377954 ; J. O. Haag, Des Moines. 

Dear old Red, White and Blue; 
words and music by J. A. Mac 
Meekin, of U. S. [2623 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377639; J. A. Mac Meekin, San 
Francisco. 

Debout les morts ; chant querrier, 
poeme de Rene Fauchois, musique de 
Ch. Pons, of France; no. 2 pour 
baryton ou mezzo soprano. [2624 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 369716 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Deep-water song; four part song, 
words by John Reed, music by Carl 
Hahn, of U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. 
(Series of part songs for men's 
voices, no. 3002.) [2625 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 377826; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 



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2643 



Delivrance ; chanson de route, paroles 
de A. Chuquet, musique de Ch. M. 
Widor, of France; chant et piano. 

[2626 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367988; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Desert (A) song. See Egyptian im- 
pressions. 

Deutschlands junge wehr; marsch- 
lied, text von Raban Sylvius, niusik 
von Herm. Sonnet, of Germany, op. 
200a; gesang u. piano. [2627 

© Sept. 15, 1915; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 369633; Karl Hochstein, 
Heidelberg, Germany. 

Devon men; words by Percy Hasel- 
den, music by Charles Villiers Stan- 
ford, of England ; voice & piano. 
1. No. 1 in A. 2. No. 2 in B flat. 

[2628, 2629 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 29, 
1916; E 380033, 380034; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Dialogue. See Vignettes. 

Diamonds ; by R. H. Cornelius, J. W. 
Dennis and T. N. Beall. 1 p. 1., 
224 p. 8vo. [2630 

© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2. c. and aff. Jan. 
21, 1916; A 420451; Rufus Henry 
Cornelius, Ft. Worth, Tex. 

Dickosy, dickoey dock. See Jack 
and Jill. 

Ding dong bell; author unknown, 
music by S. Siegel, of U. S. Musical 
menagerie tune chart Si by 13£ 
inches. [2631 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377511; Sam Siegel toy co., New 
York. 

Dinoeah. See Meyerbeer (Giacomo) 

Distance never parted two hearts 
where love was true ; words by O. 
Olsen, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [2632 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378328; 
Olga Olsen, Sioux City, la. 

Distrait (Le) ; chanson comique, mu- 
sic by Philias Champagne, of U. S. ; 
voice & piano. [2633 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916 ; E 378182 ; Octave Champagne, 
Lowell. 

Doin' the vine; words by Victor 
Machet, music by V. Martin, of U. S., 
arr. by C. E. Wilkinson, of U. S. 

[2634 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; E. 378300 ; 
Vine Welch Martin, Austin, Tex. 



Dolce far niente. See Dance sketch, 
no. 3. 

Dolly's lullaby ; words and music by 

B. Consuelo Cook, of U. S. (In 

Childhood days) [2635 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377472 ; W. A, Evans, Boston. 

Dominion recruiting march ; by Paul 
A. Rubens, arr. by S. Deshons, of 
U. S. ; band. 4to. [2636 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 377833 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. . 

Domovtna; Croatian march by Stole, 
arr. by F. Tryner, of U. S. 4to. 
1. Band. 2. Orch. [2637,2638 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 
1916; E 377413, 377414; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) Rataplan, rata- 
plan ; from Daughter of the regi- 
ment, opera by G. Donizetti, arr. by 
M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2639 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1916 ; E 378170 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Secret (The) ; from Lucrezia Bor- 
gia, opera by G. Donizetti, arr. by 
M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2640 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1916 ; E 378171 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Don't be a sailor; from Robinson 
Crusoe, jr., words by Harold At- 
teridge, music by Sigmund Rom- 
berg, of Austria, domiciled at New 
York, and James F. Hanley, of U. S. 

[2641 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377688; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Don't leave me daddy; words and 
music by J. M. Verges, of U. S. 

[2642 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378528; Broadway popular 
music club, New Orleans. 

Down a- vale of sweet wild roses ; 
words by E. B. Carvell, music by 
A. S. Hoffman, of U. S. [2643 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 37S450; Edward B. Car- 
vell, Garrison, N. Dak. 



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Down in deae old daddy's home- 
stead; words by J. W. Allen, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2644 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377635; John Warren 
Albert and Robert Theodore Pender, 
New Orleans. 

Down where the Swanee River 
flows ; words by Chas. McCarron 
and Chas. S. Alberte, music, by 
Albert Von Tilzer, of U. S. [2645 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 37S54S; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Dragspelet hvinade; dikt av Ola 
Hansson, musik av Knut Hakanson, 
of Sweden, op. 4 nr. 3, for en rost 
med piano. [2646 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369630; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 
Dream face; words by Lola B. Alli- 
son, music by F. Henri Klickmann, 
of U. S. [2647 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; 
E 378307 ; Seidel music pub. co., inc., 
Indianapolis. 
Dream (A) of delight; words and 
music by Horatio Nichols, of Eng- 
land. [264S 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369698; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 
Dream (The) princess; valse by 
Charles Aucliffe, arr. by Adolf Loi- 
ter, of England; orchestra. 4to. 

[2649 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369663 ; Hawkes & son, London. 
Dreamer (The) ; by Mathilde Bilbro, 
of U. S. ; piano. [2650 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377615; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 
Dreaming ; words by L. Landall, music 
by Harold B. Roland, of U. S. 

[2651 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377604; 
Laura Landall, Terre Haute, Ind. 
Dreamland valse; by M. Greenwald, 
of U. S. ; two violins with piano ace. 
(The two violinists, no. 1.) [2652 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378368; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Dreams of the long ago ; words by F. 
D. Ball, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [2653 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 37S329; 
Frank D. Ball, Frankfort, N. Y. 



Dreams of you; words and music by 
Charles Frederick Wadsworth, of 
U. S. [2654 

© Feb. 2, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916; 
E 377470; Landes-Carlyle pub. co., 
Denver, Colo. 

Drifting ; words by R. Bronner, music 
by H. W. Petrie, of U. S. ; soprano 
or tenor. [2655 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378217; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Du lifvets eviga roda flamma ; dikt 
av Ola Hansson, musik av Knut 
Hakanson, of Sweden, op. 4 no. 2, 
for en rost med piano. [2656 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369629; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Du, som freden mig forkynder ; tekst 
af Chr. Richardt, musik af O. E. 
Thuner, of Denmark. (Tre religiose 
sange, no. 1.) [2657 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 369618; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Duckett (Catherine V.) Caprice; by 
C. V. Duckett, of U. S., fingered and 
annotated by J. Frank Leve, of 
U. S. ; piano solo. [2658 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377773 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Duke of Rutland's delight. See Col- 
lier's daughter. 

Dunhill (Thomas F.) Three short 
pieces; by T. F. Dunhill, of Eng- 
land ; piano. Contents : — 1. Mo- 
ment gracieux. — 2. A sailor dance. — 
3. In the hayfield. [2659 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 367997; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Dusky (A) lullaby; four part song, 
words by Samuel Brager, music by 
Hallett Gilberte. 4to. 1. Women's 
voices. (Series of part songs for 
women's voices, no 2001) — 2. Men's 
voices. (Series of part songs for 
men's voices, no. 3001) [2660, 2661 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378503, 378504; Huntzinger 
& Dilworth, New York. 

Easter (An) choir; a bird madrigal, 
words by Ella Gilbert Ives, music 
by M. C. Brown, of U. S. [2662 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377426; Margaret Coote 
Brown, Buffalo. 



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no. 3, 1916 



26S0 



Egyptian impeessions ; symphonic 
suite by Bainbridge Crist, of U. S. ; 
piano. Contents: 1. Caravan. 2. 
To a mummy. 3. Katebet. 4. A 
desert song. [2663 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378295; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
Eileen, I want you ; words by Charles 
E. Luck, music by Walter V. Smith, 
of U. S. [2664 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377911; Smith & Luck, Wood- 
haven, N. Y. 
Elegie; by E. O. Schaaf, of U. S., 
op. 32, no. 1; piano player. Four 
cards 8 by 10 inches. [2665 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378460; 
E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 
Elementary method ; a graded course 
of studies, selected, fingered, phrased 
and annotated by Marie von Un- 
schuld Li. e. M. von U. Lazard] of 
U. S. ; piano. [2666 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 377494; Augustine J. Pow- 
ers, Boston. 
Ella (The) Wheeled Wilcox glide; 
words and music by Jack Burnett, 
of U. S., arr. by Paul Pratt, of 
U. S. [2667 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378606; 
Milze Derden Chance, Bryan, Tex. 
Enfant (Un) ; poesie de A. Saguez, 
musique de Louis Billant; chant et 
piano. Paris, E. Cauterel. [2668 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
3916; E 369717; A. Saguez, Amiens, 
France. 
Entreaty; words by Anne W. Stim- 
son, music by Katherine A. Glen, of 
U. S. ; song in G, with piano ace. 

[2669 
© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19; 
1916 ; E 378339 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 
Epsom new wells ; to the tune of The 
pursuit, music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set 7) [2670 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 369804 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 
Erotiken. See Pianostycken, no. 1. 
Escamillo; duet from So long, Letty, 
words and music by Earl Carroll, of 
U. S. [2671 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377742 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 



Eternal love; words by M. S. Hay- 
craft, music by F. A. Challinor, of 
England. 4to. (Festival music, 
no. 98.) [2672 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 367976 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Etudes. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Evans' progressive course of studies ; 
selected and arr. from standard 
etudes, exercises and compositions 
by George Lowell Tracy, of U. S. ; 
piano. Bk. 8. [2673 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 377904 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Evening song; by Platon Brounoff, 

of U. S. ; violin and piano. [2674 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378218; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Evening star; syncopated waltz from 
Tannhauser, arr. by Eugene E. Noel, 
of U. S. ; piano. Indianapolis, Ind., 
Warner C. Williams & co. [2675 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377804; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Evensong waltz; by Easthope Mar- 
tin, arr. by Otto Langey, of U. S. ; 
orch. 4to. [2676 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377938; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Every lad his lass; music arr. by 
Cecil J. Sharp, of England; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 7) [2677 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 369803 ; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Every little memory of you; words 
by E. Van Every, music by James 
Kendis, of U. S. [2678 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377838; Kendis music pub. co., 
inc. New York. 

Everybody's flirting now ; words 

and music by Jack Burnett, of U. S., 

arr. by Paul Pratt, of U. S. [2679 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378605; 

Milze Derden Chance, Bryan, Tex. 

Ev'rywhere ; words by Gunby Hadath, 
music by Percy Elliott, of Great 
Britain; no. 1 in C. [2680 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369648; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 



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Exil; paroles et lnusique de Max 
d'Ollone, of France; chant et piano. 

[2681 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367989; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Exits; musical sketch, words by Clif- 
ford Grey, music by James A. Lowe, 
of Great Britain. [2682 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369694; Reynolds & co., 
London. 

Fate Betty ; extravaganza in two acts, 
words and music by C. Venth, of 
U. S. [2683 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377956; Carl Venth, Ft. Worth, 
Tex. 

Fairest in His garden I find He gave 
me you ; words by Wm. H. Gardner, 
music by Jessie Mae Jewitt, of U. S. 

[2684 

© Mar. 3 ,1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377912 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Fairies on- the sward. See Bidder 
(Helen), Five country dances, no. 1. 

Fairy (A) story. See Ollerenshaw 
(T. R.) Four short holiday pieces, 
no. 2. 

Fairyland; by Cecil Burleigh, of U. S., 
op. 23, violin and piano. (Nature 
studies, six compositions, no. 4.) 

[2685 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378288; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Farewell to the piano. See Bee- 
thoven (Ludwig van) 

Farjeon (Harry) 5 pieces for piano ; 
by H. Farjeon, of Great Britain, op. 
36. Contents : — 1. Tambourin. — 2. 
Moment musical. — 3. Bumpkin 
dance. — 4. Larghetto. — 5. Valse bar- 
carolle. [2686 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369654; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

Fascinating (The) melody; from the 
musical comedy, Belles of Boo Loo, 
words and music by N. Fraser Allan, 
of Canada. [2687 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 380079; A. Cox & co., To- 
ronto, Canada. 



Fascination valse ; by W. H. Scott, of 

Great Britain, domiciled at Chicago ; 

piano. [2688 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378459; 

William H. Scott, Chicago. 

Fata d'amoee; romanza, versi di Ar- 

turo Franci, musica di Ugo Lacchini, 

of Italy ; canto e piano. [2689 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380051 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Fate is such a mystic puzzle; duet 
from the operetta, Princess Tra-la-la, 
words by Matthew Woodward, music 
by Leo Ascher, of Austria. [2690 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 369836; Karczag pub co., 
inc., New York. 

Father, I am a little child; words 
by Alice M. Pugh, music by Ernest 
A. Dicks, of England. (Anniversary 
hymns, no. 85.) [2691 

© Feb. 1, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916; 
E 367969 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Father's (A) plea for peace; words 
and music by C. W. Brickman, jr., 
of U. S. [2692 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 377519; Clarence Wm. Brickman, 
jr., Detroit. 

Faust. See Gounod (C..F.) 

Festa popolare; no. 1, Pulcinella in- 
namorato, poemetto eroi-comico, mu- 
sica di J. Burgmein, riduzione di 
Alighiero Stefani, of Italy, per pic- 
cola orchestra. [2693 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380052 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Festival songs for elementary 
schools; selected by the advisory 
committee on music, arr. and ed. 
by John A. O'Shea. 2 p. 1., 17 p. 
4to. [2694 

© Jan. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
17, 1916 ; A 420387 ; School commit- 
tee of the city of Boston, Boston. 

Festival songs for high and Latin 
schools ; selected by the advisory 
committee on music, arr. and ed. by 
John A. O'Shea. 1 p. 1., 30 p. 4to. 

[2695 
© Jan. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
17, 1916 ; A 420388 ; School Commit- 
tee of the city of Boston, Boston. 

Fiancee (La) de la mort; paroles 
franchises de Carlo d'Ormeville, 
musique de Angelo Bettinelli. [2696 
© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 380075; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 
Milan. 



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2712 



Finale. See Schumann (R. A.) Car- 
naval cle Vienne, no. 5. 

Fireflies. See Hinton (Arthur) 
Scherzo. 

Fieefly; song from the comic opera, 
The road to Mandalay, lyric by Wil- 
liam McKenna, music by Oreste 
Vessella, of Italy. [2697 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369847 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

First (The) look. See Wilkinson (G. 
Jerrard) Four songs about chil- 
dren, no. 4. 

Fisherman's (The) song. See Swin- 
stead (Felix) 5 sketches, no. 2. 

Fits (The) come on me now; music 
arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of England ; 
piano. (Country dance tunes, set 8) 

[2698 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 

1916; E 369769; Novello & CO., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Five musical novelties ; by W. J. R. 
Gibbs, of Great Britain; piano. 
Contents: — 1. Alia marcia in F. — 
2. Valse in E.— 3. Sketch in G.^L 
Scherzo in E min. — 5. Valse im- 
promptu in E flat. [2699 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369740; Alfred Lengnick & co., 
London. 

Flitting feet; gavotte by Pierre 

Renard, of U. S. ; piano. [2700 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378219; Theo. Pressor co., 

Philadelphia. 

Floating in the moonlight; noc- 
turne by Lawrence Fisher, arr. by 
Albert Franz, of U. S. ; piano. 

[2701 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378484; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Flor de Habana; tango by Yvan de 
Hartulary Darclee, arr. by J. Louis 
von der Mehden, jr., of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [2702 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377461; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Florentiner march ; grande marcia 
italiana, music by Julius Fucik, op. 
214, arr. by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; 
full band. 4to. [2703 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378273; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on military 
band.] 



Flores (Las) ; tango Argentine by 
Al. Hayes, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[2704 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377576; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Flotow (Friedrich von) Nocturne; 
from Martha, by F. v. Flotow, arr. 
by O. J. Lehrer, of U. S. ; two cor- 
nets and two trombones with piano 
ace. [2705 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377577; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Flow on Monongahela; words by R. 
G. Chase, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [2706 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; E 378330 ; R. 
G. Chase, Milestone, Canada. 

Flower song. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Flowers by the wayside; by J. R. 
Morris, of U. S., op. 33; piano. (A 
summer day, no. 4.) [2707 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377616; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Flying arrow ; tarantella, by Carl 
Wilhelm Kern, of U. S., op. 323, no. 
1 ; pianoforte. [2708 

© Feb. 23, 1916, 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378369; Theo. Pressor co., 
Philadelphia. 

Folia (La) ; variations serieuses, par 
Archangelo Corelli, pour violon, l'ac- 
compagnement de piano et cadence, 
par H. Leonard, of Great Britain, 
edition revue, par Emile Sauret, of 
Great Britain ; violin et piano. [2709 
© Jan 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369649; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement and revision.] 

Follow the Master's footprints ; 

words by E. E. Hewitt, music by 

Samuel W. Beazley, of U. S. [2710 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377445 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

For there is nothing in it now for 

me; words and music by J. N. 

Varick, of U. S. [2711 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1916; E 377910; 

Jane N. Varick, East Orange, N. J. 

Forget me not; words by Gregory 
Hill, music by Stephen R. Philpot, 
of England ; voice & piano. [2712 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380067; B. Feldman & co., Lon- 
don. 



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2713 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Forty-nine bottles ; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Paul Lawson, of 
U. S. ; vocal or instrumental. ( Sounds 
from the play room) [2713 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378370; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

FOUR YEARS MORE IN THE WHITE 

House; words by Thomas Hoier, 
music by Jimmie Morgan, of U. S. 

[2714 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 377889 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Fourteen easy compositions. See 
Mozart (W. A.) 

Fox and geese ; fox-trot by D. R. Bas- 
sett, of U. S. ; piano. [2715 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377821; 
Duane R. Bassett, Bennington, Vt. 

Fra Diavolo. See Auber (D. F. E.) 

Fragrance; by Cecil Burleigh, of 

U. S., op. 23; violin and piano. 

(Nature studies, six compositions. 

no. 1) [2716 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378283; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 
Fragrant (A) flower; song by R. W. 

Hayes, with piano ace. [2717 

© Feb. 7, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916; 

E 377363; C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 
France. See Anthems of the allies. 
Frolicking; sketch by Sigmund Her- 

zog, of U. S. ; piano solo. (Rural epi- 
sodes, no. 4.) [2718 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 

1916; E 377793; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 
From a hill-top; poem by Charles 

Farwell Edson, music by Charles 

Wakefield Cadman, of U. S., op. 60. 

High. (Three songs from the West, 

no. 2.) [2719 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 

1916 ; E 378846 ; White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 
From the golden age; gavotte. See 

Dance miniatures. 
Gaily tripping; waltz by E. S. Hos- 

mer, of U. S. ; piano duet. [2720 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378220; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 
Gallant zouaves; march by K. L. 

King, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [2721 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 377808; C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, la. 



Gardener's (The) story ; or, The worm 
that turned, words by E. A. Searson, 
music by Herbert Townsend, of 
Great Britain ; recitation with piano 
ace. (Musical monologues, no. 142.) 

[2722 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369691; Reynolds & co., 
London. 

Gars (Les) poilus; paroles de Paul 
Fra nek, musicque de Edouard 
Mathe, of France ; chant et piano. 

[2723 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 

1916 ; E 369715 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Gather all His children; words by 
M. S. Haycraft, music by F. A. Chal- 
linor, of England. 4to. (Festival 
music no. 97.) [2724 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 367975 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Gay (A) time. See Lyric pieces, no 4. 

Gay (The) west- wind ; song from 
King Sol in Flowerland, no. 20, a 
pageant-cantata, words by E. N. C. 
Barnes, music by Ruth Antoinette 
Nutter, of U. S. [2725 

© Nov. 19, 1915; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1915; E. 378355; Edwin Ninyon 
Chaloner Barnes, Central Falls, R. I. 

Gelding (The) of the devil; music 
arr. by Cecil J. Sharp ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 7) [2726 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369786; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

General Joffre grande marche mili- 
taire; by J. Bolle, of U. S.; or- 
chestra. 4to. [2727 
© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 377905; Jules Bolle, Woodhaven, 
N. Y. 

Genius loci; by Carl Thern, op. 32, 
no. 6, arr. by Gustav Saenger, of 
U. S. ; violin and piano. [2728 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378293; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Gesang zu zweien in der nacht ; 
gedicht von Eduard Morike, musik 
von Hermann Zilcher, of Germany, 
op. 31; gesang u. piano, sopran u. 
tenor. [2729 

© Oct. 10, 1915; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1910; E 3G9G35; Otto Halbreitor. 
Munich, Germany. 



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no. 3, 1916 



2746 



Ghosts; words by Richard K. Mun- 

kittrick, music by Victor Harris, of 

U. S. ; medium voice in C. [2730 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 

E 377668 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Gianduia; scherzo by Pietro A. Yon, 

of U. S. ; piano. [2731 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 37S502; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 

Gibralter; overture by Al Hayes, of 

U. S. ; orch. 4to. [2732 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 377575; Fillmore brothers 

co., Cincinnati. 

Gideon's band; words by E. L. Thomp- 
son, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, of 
U. S. [2733 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378311; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Gigue. See Mozart (W. A.) 

Giel (A) or long ago ; words by L. 

R. Dumas, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [2734 

© 1. c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377368; 

Lee R. Dumas, Coleman, Tex. 

Gielish ways; waltz by Frank H. 

Grey, of U. S., arr. by R. E. Hil- 

dreth, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [2735 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 

E 377689 ; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

Gleam of hope; by Will P. Held," of 

U. S. ; piano. [2736 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 377617; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Gloaming; valse minuet, by Maurice 
Randall, of Australia, op. 36; piano 
solo. [2737 

© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 27, 1915 ; 
E 367695; W. H. Paling & co., Syd- 
ney, Australia. 

Glorious things of Thee aee spoken ; 
words by John Newton, music by 
M. L. McPhail, of U. S. [2738 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378428 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

GrLOEY TO GOD IN THE HIGHEST ; hymn, 

music by J. J. Thomas, of U. S. 

[2739 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378414 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 



GO AHEAD AND DANCE A LITTLE MOBE J 

from Robinson Crusoe, jr., words by 
Harold Atteridge, music by James 
F. Hanley, of U. S. [2740 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 3776S4; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

God hath sent His angels (Gott hat 
seine engel auf die erd' gesandt) ; 
words by Philip Brooks, German 
words adapted by Joseph A. Schwiek- 
erath, music by H. Brooks Day, of 
U. S. ; mixed voices. (Fischer octavo 
ed. no. 4057) [2741 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 377721; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

God is my strong salvation; text 
from hymn by James Montgomery 
and the Psalms, music by E. Lang, 
of U. S. ; baritone. [2742 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377753; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

God is oub refuge ; sacred song, words 
from Psalm XLVI, music by Lewis 
Carey, arr. by Guillaume van den 
Dyck, of Belgium, with full orches- 
tra ace. [2743 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 369851; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

God knew the best. See Sometime. 

God of love, most merciful and gra- 
cious ; music by Kalinnikoff, edited 
and adapted to text by A. M. Hen- 
derson, of Scotland; mixed voices. 
4to. (Choral album, no. 1240.) 

[2744 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380071 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

God save oub Peesident; words and 
music by J. Lament. [2745 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377373; 
Jennie Lament, Omaha, Neb. 

God's hand; words by Edward W. 
Bok, of U. S., music arr. from an old 
Dutch folk-song, by Josef Hofmann, 
of Austria; voice and piano. (In 
The ladies' home journal, v. 33, no. 3, 
Mar., 1916) [2746 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 369835; Edward W. Bok, 
Philadelphia. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



God's work for me; words by Mrs. 
C. D. Martin, music by C. H. Ga- 
briel, of U. S. [2747 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377450 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Gold (The) and blue; words by Ade- 
laide Obear Fill, music by Winni- 
fred Andrews Hubbell, of U. S. ; 
piano with chorus. [2748 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378204; Principia alumni associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Golden glow; gavotte by Paul F. Jo- 

hanning, of U. S. ; piano. [2749 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 

1916 ; E 378347 ; White-Smith music 

pub. co., Boston. 

Gondola (La) ; barcarolle by Horace 

Clark, of U. S. ; piano. [2750 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378221; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Gondolier song ; by Catherine V. Duck- 
ett, fingered and annotated by J. 
Frank Leve, of U. S. ; piano solo. 

[2751 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377771 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Good-bye little American girl ; words 

by James Stuard, music by J. E. An- 

dino, of U. S. [2752 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377598; 

M. Babin, Houma, La. 

Good (The) little boy; song by Jes- 
sie L. Pease, of U. S. ; voice and 
piano; song or musical recitation. 

[2753 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378371; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Good night; words by S. Weir Mitch- 
ell, music by Katherine A. Glen, of 
U. S. ; low, in D flat. [2754 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377747 ; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 

Good-night, Dinnie, and God bless 
you; words and music by Geo. H. 
Gartlan, of U. S. [2755 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378532 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Good (The) things mother makes; 
words by G. L. Wallen, music by 
E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [2756 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377863; 
Grace L. Wallen, East Providence, 
R. I. 



Goodbye mother dear ; words and mu- 
sic by M. Manley, of Great Britain. 

[2757 
© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 380076; Morris Manley, Toronto, 
Canada. 

Goodbye, pals ! words and music by 

Jack Burnett, of U. S., arr. by Paul 

Pratt, of U. S. [2758 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377694; 

Victor Foster, Fulton, N. Y. 

Goose (The) march ; by Sigmund 
Herzog, of U. S. ; piano. (In play- 
land, no. 2.) [2759 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4. 1916 ; 
E 377945 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Goose step ; novelty one-step, by Eu- 
gene Platzmann, arr. by Geo. F. 
Briegel, of U. S. ; orchestra and 
piano aces. [2760 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 378156; Church, Paxson & 
co., New York. 

Gounod (Charles Fran§ois) Faust; 
selection by C. F. Faust, arr. by G. E. 
Holmes, of U. S. ; saxaphone quar- 
tette. [2761 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 377810; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Flower song; from Faust, opera 

by Ch. Gounod, arr. by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; piano. [2762 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 378178 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Sanctus ; from Messe solenelle by 

C. Gounod, words tr. and music arr. 
and harmonized by C. de Epping- 
Housen [i. e. Cecilia de Epping- 
Housen-Bailey] ; tenor solo with 
chorus of mixed voices and organ 
ace. English and Latin words. 4to. 

[2763 
© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916; E 377477; 
Cecilia de Epping-Housen-Bailey, 
Shelbyville, Ky. 

When all was young ; from Faust, 

opera by Ch. Gounod, arr. by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. [2764 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 37S177 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



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no. 3, 1916 



2781 



Goyescas ; intermezzo from the opera 
by Enriques Granados, of Spain, an*. 
by the composer for pianoforte. 

[2765 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 380009; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Grace waltz ; by R. J. Sinclair, of 
U. S. ; piano. [2766 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378303; 
Robert John Sinclair, Walla Walla, 
Wash. 

Graceful dance. See Ollerenshaw 
(T. R.) Four short holiday pieces, 
no. 4. 

Gradus ad Parnassum, by M. Cle- 
menti; 29 selected studies, with ap- 
pendix, scales in thirds, by Tausig, 
edited and revised by Thos. F. Dun- 
hill, of Great Britain ; piano. [2767 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369655; Augener, ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and revision.] 

Graham (Jasper) Six sight-reading 
studies; by J. Graham, of England, 
op. 10 ; piano. Contents : — 1. Broken 
chords. — 2. Turns. — 3. Scale study. 
4. Broken thirds. — 5. Wrist stac- 
cato. — 6. Melody playing. [2768 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 367998; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Grand selection of national mili- 
tary airs of Italy ; adapted & arr. 
by Giacomo Marchisio, of England ; 
orchestra score. [2769 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380053 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Graziella ; polka by Horace Clark, of 

U. S. ; piano. [2770 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378222; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Great is the Lord; hymn, music by 
J. E. Hall, of U. S. [2771 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378397 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

words by Jennie Ree, music arr. 

by Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S., with 
additional melody. [2772 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377526; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 



Great King of glory ; hymn, music by 
Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [2773 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378421 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Greenwald (M.) Caprice; by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; violin in 1st 
position, with piano ace. (Eight 
miniatures, no. 8.) [2774 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378213; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Greenwood; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set 7) [2775 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369795; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Grey Eagle; Indian ragtime one-two- 
step by D. R. Bassett, of U. S. ; 
piano. [2776 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377818; 
Duane R. Bassett, Bennington, Vt. 

Guerre (La) de Renty; verger de 
musique, paroles de Clement Jane- 
quin, musique de Vincent d'Indy, 
of France ; a 4 voix mixtes. [2777 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369708; Rouart, Lerolle & 
cie., Paris. 

Guthie you're a thimp, thimp, 
thimple thweet girl ; words and 
music by James Kendis, of U. S., 
arr. Jby Ida Warshauer, of U. S. 

[2778 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377837; 
Kendis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

Haec dies ; Easter, by P. F. del Cam- 
piglio, of U. S. ; mixed voices with 
organ ace, in A fiat. (Gordon's 
octavo Catholic music, series 3.) 

[2779 
© Feb. 24. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377762 ; Estate of Hamilton S. 
Gordon, New York. 

ed. by Eduardo Marzo, of U. S., 

music by Luigi Bordese; two equal 
voices. 4to. (Catholic choir music, 
no. 12,198) [2780 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377660 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

Halfe Hannikin ; music arr. by Cecil 
J. Sharp, of England ; piano. ( Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 7) [2781 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369800; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Hall-Mack company's book of an- 
thems, no. 4 ; ed. by J. Lincoln Hall. 
160 p. 4to. [2782 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
14, 1916; A 420350; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Hallelujah, sing to Jesus ; words 
by N. C. Dix, music by Lee G. Kratz, 
of U. S. [2783 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378440 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Hallow e'en ; words anon., music by 

Ralph Burnham, of Great Britain; 

no. 2 in F. [2784 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 

E 380017 ; Weekes & co., London. 

words by Fay Inchfawn, music 

by Charles Wilieby, of Great Brit- 
ain ; no. 2 in E flat. [2785 
© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28. 1916 ; 
E 369733; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Hand of friendship ; waltz hesitation 
by Harry J. Lincoln, arr. by F. H. 
Losey, of U. S. ; full orchestra and 
piano ace. 4to. [2786 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378338; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Happy (A) day; mazurka by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; violin in 1st 
position with piano ace. (Eight 
miniatures, no. 7.) . [2787 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378223; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Happy (The) home; march by L. 
Weber, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas 
City, Weber brothers. [2788 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377641 ; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 

Happy Hottentots ; song from the 
musical extravaganza, Robinson Cru- 
soe, jr., lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Sigmund Romberg, of Aus- 
tria, domiciled at New York, N. Y. 

[2789 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378470; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Happy (The) hour is closing; even- 
ing hymn, words by Edith S. Tillot- 
son, music by F. A. Challinor, of 
England. 4to. (Festival music, no. 
100.) [2790 

© Jan 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 367978 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 



Happy thought; reverie by S. Pren- 

dergast; piano. [2791 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1916 : E 378181 ; Stephena Prender- 

gast, Blaine, Wash. 

Harem opening chorus. See Night in 
a harem. 

Hark, ten thousand voices ; Easter 
song, [from cantata, From cross to 
crown], music by Fred W. Peace, of 
England ; in E flat and G. [2792 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369644; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Hark to the voice of the Saviour ; 
words by R. R. Hall, music by F. 
A. Challinor. (Festival music no. 
96.) 4to. [2793 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 367974; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Hark, what mean those holy voices ; 
words by John Cawood, music by 
H. A. Farnsworth, of U. S. [2794 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378403 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Harmonium album; ausgewahlte un- 
terhaltungs und vortragstiicke, bear- 
beited von Carl Sattler, of Germany, 
fur harmonium mit text. 1. Band 

1, nos. 1-12. 2. Band 2, nos. 1-24. 
3. Band 3, nos. 1-21. 4. Band 4, 
nos. 1-20. [2795-2798 

© Nov. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. each Feb. 15, 
1916; E 369636-369639; P. J. Ton- 
ger, Cologne, Germany. 

Have you seen that wise old owl; 
words by A. J. Mills, music by Ben- 
nett Scott, of England. [2799 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369821 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

Hawaiian guitar instructor; com- 
piled by J. F. Roach, of U. S. Book 

2. [2800 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377366; James F. Roach, Cincin- 
nati. 

He came for you, He came for me; 
words and music by A. A. Shaw, of 
U. S. [2801 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378312; Arthur A. Shaw, 
Mamont, Pa. 



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2819 



He died foe you and me; words and 
music by C. A. Steepleton, of U. S. 
12mo. [2802 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377356; Clifford Atwood Steeple- 
ton, Tucson, Ariz. 

He is eisen ; anthem for Easter, words 
from St. Mark, XVI and Cor. XV., 
music by R. M. Stults, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. [2803 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378224; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

He is eisen, as He said; Easter an- 
them, music by Mary A. Simpson, of 
U. S. ; duetts, solos and chorus, 
mixed voices and piano. 4to. 

[2804 
© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378344; Robin Ellis, New 
York. 

He leadeth me; variations by L. 
Weber, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas 
City, Weber brothers. [2805 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 377495 ; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kans. 

He that dwelleth in the secbet 
place ; music by W. A. Post, of U. S. 

[2806 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378398 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Health (The) ; or The merry wassail, 
music arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of 
England, piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set 7) [2807 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369799; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Heae and do ; words by Lizzie DeAr- 
mond. music by H. A. Henry, of U. S. 

[2808 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377448 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Hear oue peayee; trio arr. by Chas. 
H. Gabriel, of U. S. ; soprano, alto 
and bass. [2809 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377525; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Heaet dee am s; words and music by 
Abbie M. Crandall Bachmann, of 
U. S. [2810 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 378194 ; A. M. C. Bachmann, 
Syracuse, N. Y. 



Heaet o' th' heathee; lyric by Glen 
Mac Donough, music by Raymond 
Hubbell, of U. S. [2811 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378533 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Heaet of Ameeica; march by Arthur 
Pry or, of U. S. ; piano. [2812 

© Feb. 2, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916; 
E 378292; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Heartsease; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set 7) [2813 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369789; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Heave-ho ; by Cecil Burleigh, of U. S., 
op. 23; violin and piano. (Nature 
studies, six compositions, no. 6.) 

[2814 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378286; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Heigh-o, happy land ; patriotic words 
by Wm. Ap Madoc, music by W. 
Rhys-Herbert, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 8vo. (4to.) (Fischer's oc- 
tavo ed. of secular choruses, no. 
4053) [2815 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 377554; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 



— soprano, alto and bari- 
tone with piano ace. (Fischer's oc- 
tavo ed. of secular choruses, no. 
4052) [2S16 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378318; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Hello, deae ; one step music by Y'Ener 
[pseud, of Rene Rabey] of France; 
orchestre avec piano conducteur. 

[2817 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369712; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Heectjlean speings (V herkulovych 
laznich) ; waltz. 4to. 1. Arr. by F. 
Tryner, of U. S. ; band. 2. Arr. by 
Louis Vitak, of U. S. ; orch. 

[2S18, 2819 

© Dec. 31. 1915 ; 2 c. each Feb. 9, 
1916; E 377406, 377403; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 



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2820 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Hebe's to Admibal Death ; chorus, 
words by Henry Newbolt, music by 
D. Vaughan Thomas, of Great Brit- 
ain; male voices. 4to. [2820 
© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24; 
1916; E 369704; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Here we go 'bound the mulbebby 
bush ; [and] Mistress Mary ; author 
unknown, music by S. Siegel, of U. S. 
Musical menagerie tune-chart, 3* by 
134 inches. [2821 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377514; Sam Siegel toy co., New 
York. 

Heezensschlussellein (Das) (The 
little key to the heart) ; words from 
a German folk-poem, English version 
by Geo. Harris, jr., music by Mischa 
Elman, of Russia, domiciled at New 
York ; high or medium voice. [2822 
© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. IS, 
1916; E 377582; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Hide and seek; by Sigmund Herzog, 
of U. S. ; piano. (In play land, no. 3) 

[2823 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377946; Carl Fischer, New York. 
Hide me, O my Savioub; hymn an- 
them, words by Charles Wesley, mu- 
sic by F. A. Winter, adapted by T. 
D. Williams, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 

[2824 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378372; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.] 
Him no de los estudiantes Amebi- 
canos (American students hymn) ; 
letra de J. Galuez, musica de E. 
Soro, of Chile ; canto y piano. [2825 
© June 14, 1912; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369739; Enrique Soro, San- 
tiago, Chile. 
Hinton (Abthub) Idyll, Among the 
hills ; by A. Hinton of England, dom- 
iciled at New York, N. Y. ; piano. 
(A summer pilgrimage in the White 
Mountains, no. 2.) [2826 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369744; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Scherzo ; Fireflies, by A. Hinton, 

of England, domiciled at New York, 
N. Y. ; piano. (A summer pilgrim- 
age in the White Mountains, no. 3.) 

[2827 
© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369745; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



Hit and miss ; to the tune of Daphne, 
music arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of Eng- 1 
land; piano. [Country dance tunes, 
set 7.] [2828 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24: 
1916; E 369790; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Hodzimy na gbzypky; oberek arr. by 
Mike Paholski, of U. S. ; concertina. 

[2829 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 

E 377419; Georgi and Vitak music 

co., Chicago. 

H0nsegaaeden. See Landlige bilder, 

no. 6. 
Holland; intro. The Dutch warbler; 

folk song, by Paul Lawson, of U. S. 

piano, words ad lib. [2830 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378225; Theo. Presser co. 

Philadelphia. 

Hollyhocks ; waltz by Jos. J. Kaiser, 

of U. S., op. 27; piano. [2831 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377929; Jos. J. Kaiser music co., 

New York. 

Holy night, peaceful night; from 
Heart memories, music by Fr. 
Gruber, arr. by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano with words ad lib. 

[2832 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378226; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
Holy Sepulchee commandeky; march 
by G. H. Lomas, of U. S. ; piano. 
Boston, W. B. Hasey & co. [2833 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 377927; George H. Lomas, Paw- 
tucket, R. I. 

Home. See City of joy. 

Home to you, Ieeland; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Thos. J. 
Hewitt, of England ; no. 2 in C. [2834 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; E 369848 ; Keith, Prowse & co., 
ltd., London. 

Honey, I love you always ; words by 

G. May, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [2S35 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377376; 

Geo. May, Toronto, Canada. 

Hop, the devil's brew; musical set- 
ting to the Bluebird photoplay, no. 4, 
music selected and arr. by M. Wink- 
ler, of U. S. ; orch. [2S36 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377958; Carl Fischer. New York. 



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no. 3, 1916 



2S53 



Hope ; song, poem by Arthur Hougham, 
music by Charles Willeby, of Great 
Britain, no. 1 in B flat. [2837 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 369734; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Hos landsbysmeden. See Liindlige 
bikler, nos. 1-6. 

Hosanna ; Easter anthem, music by J. 
Grander, arr. by James C. Warhurst, 
of U. S. ; two-part chorus for 
women's voices. 4to. [2838 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378227; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
no arrangement.] 

Hot hands; by Charley Straight, of 

U. S. ; piano. [2839 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 377570; Jerome H. Remick 

& co., New York. 

Hour, (An) ago; words by George 
Fearnley, music by Eli Hudson, of 
England. No. 1 in B flat. No. 2 in 
C. 2840, 2841 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. each Mar. 6, 
1916; E 369824, 369825; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Hour of nine; by Cecil Burleigh, of 
U. S., op. 23, violin and piano. (Na- 
ture studies, six compositions, no. 5. ) 

[2842 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378287; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

How can I leave thee ; German song, 
music arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano with text ad lib. [2843 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378228; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Humility; song, words by Herbert J. 
Brandon, music by Douglas Grant, 
of England; no. 1 in D, with piano 
ace. and organ ad lib. [2844 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 369672 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 

Humoresque; by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; violin, first position, with 
piano ace. (Eight miniatures, no. 
1.) [2845 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378373; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



Hurdy-gurdy waltz; by W. H. Rees, 
of U. S. ; piano. [2846 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 377748; 
William H. Rees, New York. 

Hurrah for Canada ; words by E. F. 
Fookes, music by E. F. Fookes and 
J. Gordon Rendall, of Canada. 

[2847 
© Feb. 14. 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 369643 ; E. Frances Fookes, 
W. Calgary, Alberta, Canada. 

Hush a bye baby on the tree top; 
instructive first grade piece, with 
easy variations, arr. by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; piano, treble & bass 
clef, words ad lib. [2848 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 387229; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Hush-a-bye, ma baby ; Missouri waltz 
song, lyric by J. R. Shannon, music 
from an original melody procured 
by John Valentine Eppel, arr. by 
Frederic Knight Logan, of U. S. 

[2849 
© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 375911; Forster, music publisher, 
Chicago. 

Hymn (A) for aviators ; by C. Hubert 
H. Parry, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of 
Great Britain ; cornet solo with mili- 
tary band ace. (Boosey & co.'s sup- 
plemental journal, no. 143.) [2850 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 369854; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

I ain't* got nobody; words by Roger 

Graham, music by Spencer Williams 

and Dave Peyton, of U. S. [2851 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 

E 377653 ; Craig & co., Chicago. 

I AM ONLY A KHAKI-CLAD SOLDIER, AND 

I hall from old B. C. ; march and 
two step, words by Harry L. Shaw, 
music by George W. Chalmers, of 
Canada ; voice & piano. [2852 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 380015; Harry Lewtrell Shaw, 
Vancouver, B. C, Canada. 

I am waiting for a day that will 
never come; words by Edgar Far- 
ran, music by H. J. Donnelly, of 
U. S. [2853 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 377627; Hugh J. Donnelly, 
Brooklyn. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 1.1 



I bring you good tidings; Christmas 

anthem, music by Wm. Edie Marks, 

of U. S. [2854 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1916 ; E 378417 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 



I'd like to be in Texas, when they 

ROUND UP IN THE SPRING ; WOl'tlS and 

music by J. C. Williams and Carl 

Copeland, of U. S. [2S55 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377612; 

Jack C. Williams, Fort Worth, Tex. 

I det soliga bla ; valse-boston, orcl af 
Goran Svenning, musik af David 
Hellstrom, of Sweden. [2856 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 369621; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

I DON'T HAVE TO GO SEE A GYPSY, TO 
KNOW THAT I AM DEAD IN LOVE WITH 

you; words by Richard Howard, 
music by Eugene Platzmann, of U. S. 

[2757 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378491; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

I DREAMT I DWELT IN MARBLE HALLS. 

See Balfe (M. W.) 

I know I'd still love you; ballad, 
words by Percy Edgar, music by 
Harry Scott. [2S5S 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 14, 
1916; E 369753; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

I KNOW THAT MY SOUL HATH POWER TO 

know all things ; motet from the 
group called, Songs of farewell, 
words by John Davies, music by C. 
Hubert H. Parry, of England; four 
mixed voices. 4to. [2859 

© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380038; Year book press, London. 

I'll be a peeler too ; words by A. W. J. 
Hemmings, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [2860 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377382; 
A. W. J. Hemmings, Stayner, Ont. 
Canada. 

I'll dream or you; words by Charles 
Berkeley, music by Sydney Berkeley, 
of Englend. [2861 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23. 
1916; E 369697; Lawrence Wright 
music co., London. 



I'll miss the girl; words and music 
by J. E. Harte, arr. by Charles E. 
Millner, of Canada. Toronto, 
Whaley, Royce & co. [2862 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 380023; John E. Harte, 
Kingston, Ont., Canada. 

I'll never be happy again ; words and 
music by Max Armstrong, Louis 
Strong, Haven Gillespie, of U. S., 
arr. by Lloyd Kidwell, of U. S. 

[2863 
© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377702; Heuck pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 

I'll sing His praise ; words and music 
by C. A. Steepleton, of U. S. 12mo. 

[2864 
© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377357; Clifford Atwood Steeple- 
ton, Tucson, Ariz. 

I lost my Daddy Long Legs ; words by 
R. King, music by Marjorie La Fern, 
of U. S. Cincinnati, O., Marjorie 
La Fern. [2865 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 378519; Rose King, Cincin- 
nati. 

I lost my heart in Honolulu ; words 
by Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Ed- 
wards, of U. S. [2866 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19. 
1916; E 378333; Song review co.. 
inc., New York. 

I LOVE YOU BEST WHEN YOU POUT ; 

words by O. Gabrielson, music by 

Harold B. Roland, of U. S. [2867 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377597; 

Olga Gabrielson, Menominee, Mich. 

I LOVE YOU, THAT'S ONE THING I KNOW ; 

trot and one-step, by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert, and Anatol Friedland, arr. by 
D. Onivas, of U. S. ; orchestra. [2868 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377360 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

I'm a little American, that's what 
I am ; words and music by J. T. 
Pope, of U. S. [2869 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378487; Joseph T. Pope, 
Chicago. 

I'm a-longin' fo' you; the encore 
waltz, music by Jane Hathaway, 
arr. by J. S. Zamecnik, of U. S. : 
orchestra. 4to. [2S70 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16; 
1916; E 377538; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 



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2889 



I'm coming back to Bkoadway ; words 
and rnnsic by J. Blau, of U. S. 

[2871 
© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916; E 378162; 
Jerome Blau, New York. 

I'm going back home again ; words by 
V. E. Caprio and C. Pv. Riccardo, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2872 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377390; 
Vincent E. Caprio & Chas. Pv. Ric- 
cardo, Richmond Hill, L. I. 

I'm going back to Ireland ; words by 

J. E. Rayl, music by R. A. Browne, 

of U. S. [2873 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377717; 

Jerry Encil Rayl, Wheeling, W. Va. 

I'm going back to my old Kentucky 

home; words by G. Geier, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [2S74 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377601; 

George Geier, Buffalo. 

I'm going back to those I love in Ike- 
land; words and music by James 
Fagan, of U. S. [2875 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916 ; E 377816 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 
New York. 

I'm satisfied with Uncle Sam ; words 
by M. Lee, music by T. Sherman, of 
U. S., arr. by Thos. Confare, of U. S. ; 
words and melody. [2876 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 378507; 
Marvin Lee and Terry Sherman, 
Chicago. 

I'm so lonesome for you ; words by E. 
A. Yerhoff, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [2877 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377610; 
Edward A. Verhoff, Kansas City, 
Mo. 

I'm the same as then : words and mu- 
sic by J. N. Varick, of U. S. [2878 
© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1916; E 377909; 
Jane N. Varick, East Orange, N. J. 

I'm thinking of you ; words by Percy 
Greenbank and Paul A. Rubens, mu- 
sic by Paul A. Rubens, of Great Brit- 
ain. [2879 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369659; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

I MISS YOU MORE AND MORE, AS THE 

days go by ; words and music by C. 
J. Morse, of U. S. [2880 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377858; 
C. J. Morse, Sommerville, Mass. 



I need not fear ; words and music by 
C. A. Steepleton, of U. S. 12mo. 

[2881 
© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377358; Clifford Atwood Steeple- 
ton, Tucson, Ariz. 

I never knew what love was, 'till I 
met you ; words by E. M. Faley, mu- 
sic by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[2882 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377378; 
Ella M. Faley, Harrisburg, Pa. 

I never knew you'd fancy me ; words 
and music by Harry Gifford and 
Huntley Trevor, of England. [2883 
© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369819 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

I SADLY THINK OF YOU DEAR HEART ; 

words and music by J. St. George, 
arr. by H. I. Osborne, of U. S. [2884 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377504 ; J. St. George, Leominster, 
Mass. 

I TRIED TO RAISE MY BOY TO BE A HERO ; 

words and music by F. C. Huston, of 
U. S. [2885 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377835 ; Frank C. Huston, Indian- 
apolis. 

I'VE A SHOOTING BOX IN SCOTLAND ; frOUl 

See America first, words and music 
bv T. Lawrason Riggs and Cole Por- 
ter, of U. S. [2886 
© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377680; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

I've lost you, so why should I care ; 
words and music by Richard How- 
ard, of U. S. [2S87 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 377479 ; Daly music publish- 
er, inc., Boston. 

I've seen it on the pictures ; words 
by Charles Knight, music by Tom 
Clare, of Great Britain. [2888 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369692; Reynolds & co., 
London. 

I WANT A LITTLE LOVE FROM YOU DEAR J 

words and music by Max Prival and 
Billy Vanderveer, of U. S. [2889 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377564; Bernard Granville 
pub. co., inc., New York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



I WANT TO BE YOUR SWEETHEART ; WOrdS 

and music by M. E. Calbreath, of 

U. S. [2890 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377645; 

Mary Evelene Calbreath, New York. 

I WANT YOU, NO ONE ELSE BUT YOU J 

words and music by Annie Lecker- 
myer, of U. S. [2891 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378521; White & Newton 
pub. co., Omaha, Neb. 

I WANTED TO BE A MILLIONAIRE ; W01"dS 

and music by M. S. Linn-Parr, of 
U. S. Philadelphia, Linn-Parr pub. 
co. [2892 

© Nov. 20, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 17, 
1916; E 377398; Margaret S. Linn- 
Parr, Philadelphia. 

I WANTS YOU HONEY, I SHO' DO J WOrdS 

by Mrs. A. R. Williams, music by 
Harry B. Roland, of U. S. [2893 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377611; 
Mrs. A. R. Williams, Alvin, Tex. 

I WILL LIFT UP MINE EYES *, WOrdS from 

the Bible, music by A. J. Sho waiter, 
of U. S. [2894 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378447 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

I will praise Thee, O Lord; hymn, 
music by J. W. Hughes, of U. S. 

[2895 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23', 
1916 ; E 378410 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Ich will a boy; words by Anshel 
Schorr, music by Yudele Belzer, of 
U. S. [2896 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377520; Schorr & Belzer, 
Philadelphia. 

Ida's dream waltzes ; by D. R. Bas- 
sett, of U. S. ; piano. [2897 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377819; 
Duane R. Bassett, Bennington, Vt. 

IF EVER I GET BACK TO BIRMINGHAM TO 
THE GIRL WHO WAITS FOR ME; fOX 

trot by Brennan and Story, arr. by 
Chas. A. Young, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[2S9S 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1916 ; E 377503 ; O. E. Story, Boston. 

If only the rain would stop; by 

Mathilde Bilbro, of U. S. ; piano 

duet, first grade. [2899 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377618; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 



If you and I went up to heaven ; 
words by Edward Teschemacher, 
music by Lilian May Duncan, of 
England, no. 2 in E flat. [2900 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 369705; Metzler & co., (1909), ltd., 
London. 

Igennem den m0rke skor. See Land- 
lige billeder, no. 5. 

In a gondola; impromptu by Mischa 

Elman, of Russia, domiciled at New 

York; piano, [2901 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1916 ; 

E 377581 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

In a hammock. See Bidder (Helen) 
Five country dances, no. 2. 

In all my dreams you are true to 
me; words by M. Edwards, music 
by R. A. Browne, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. [2902 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916; E 378158; 
Mary Edwards, Yonkers, N. Y. 

In an old fashioned garden with 
you ; words and music by J. R. Per- 
due, of U. S. [2903 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377572; 
John Robert Perdue, San Francisco. 

In church. See Wilkinson (G. Jer- 
rard) Four songs about children, 
no. 3. 

In de dreamland; a pickaninny lul- 
laby, words by Walter Allen Rice, 
music by F. D. Bloomfield, of U. S. 

[2904 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 3, 1916 ; 
E 377507; Fred D. Bloomfield, Buf- 
falo. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

In dreamland; reverie by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; two violins with 
piano ace. (The two violinists, 
no. 6.) [2905 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378230; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

In Elizabethan days ; old English 
dance by A. Walter Kramer, op. 32, 
no. 2, arr. by Roland Diggle, of 
U. S. ; pipe organ, obi. 4to. [2906 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378296; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

In festive mood; march by Charles 

Fr. Mutter, of U. S. ; piano. [2907 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1916; E 378374; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 



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no. 3, 1916 



2925 



In grandmother's time ; by Cedric W. 
Lemont, of U. S., op. 16; piano. 
(Playtime fancies, no. 4.) [2908 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377669; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

In honey locust lane; words by M. 
L. Davis, music by Harold B. Rol- 
and, of U. S. [2909 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377374; 
Mary Lewis Davis, Columbia, Mo. 

In memory; words by T. H. Griffith, 
music by Clifford W. Spicker, of U. 
S. Cincinnati, O., Grifnth-Spicker 
music co. [2910 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378526; Thos. H. Griffith, 
Cincinnati. 

In my dreams this world had peace 
again ; words and music by D. 
O'Brien and F. Wallen, of U. S. 

[2911 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 
E 377737 ; Frank Wallen, Waukegan, 
111. 

In olden times (In alten zeiten) ; 
gavotte, by H. Wormsbacher, of U. 
S., op. 52 ; zither duet. [2912 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377566; Henry Worms- 
bacher, Cleveland. 

In Scotland; from Heart o' th' 
heather, lyric by George MacFar- 
lane, music by Theodore Morse, of 
U. S. [2913 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378534 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

In the cathedral. See Swinstead 
(Felix) 5 sketches, no. 3. 

In the fighting line ; anniversary 
anthem, words and music by W. 
Lane Frost, of Great Britain; chil- 
dren voices and choir, with organ 
ace. 4to. (Curwen's edition, no. 
80570.) [2914 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380066; J. Curwen & sons, ltd., 
London. 



In the happy time of youth ; words 
by R. R. Hall, music by F. A. Challi- 
nor, of England. 4to. (Festival 
music, no. 95.) [2915 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 367973 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

183 



In the hayfield. See Dunhill (T. F.) 
Three short pieces, no. 3. 

In the hour of trial; words by 
James Montgomery, music by Luise 
Reichardt, arr. by M. L. McPhail, 
of U. S. [2916 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378434 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

In the ilex shadows ; nocturne, words 

by Thomas Bailey Aldrich, music by 

Fay Foster, of U. S. ; in F. [2917 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377886 ; Boosey & co., New York. 

In the night; words by H. M. Wal- 
brook, music by Ernest Verdayne, of 
England ; no. 2 in C minor. [2918 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 369737 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

■ -No. 1 in B flat minor. No. 

3 in D minor. [2919, 2920 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. each Mar. 6, 
1916; E 369827, 369828; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

In vino Veritas ; marche par L. Julien 

Rousseau, of France ; piano. [2921 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 

1916 ; E 369723 ; Heugel & cie., Paris. 

In walked Jimmy; words and music 
by J. Thatcher, of U. S. Washing- 
ton, Thatcher pub. co. [2922 
© Feb. 12. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 377506; James Thatcher, 
Washington. 

In wintertime; waltz by Frank W. 

McKee, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [2923 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377939 ; G. Ricordi & co., inc., New 

York. 

Indian (An) romance; words by Al- 
bert W. Ketilbey, arr. by Hugh 
Ware, of Great Britain; organ. 

[2924 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 369666; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 



Infamous boat ; American song, music 
and English translation, by P. Dato, 
of Italy, domiciled at New York, 
N. Y., sop. or tenor, melody with 
piano ace. [2925 

© 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916; E 377233; 
Philip Dato, New York. 



CATALOGUE OF COPYEIGHT ENTRIES 



2926 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Intermezzo; composed by John E. 
West, of England; string quartet 
with piano ace. 1. Celio & basso 
part. 2. Viola part. 3. Violino 1° 
part. 4. Violino 11° part. 5. Piano 
conductor part. [2926-2930 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369758-369762; Novello & 
co., ltd., London. 

See also Schumann (R. A.) Car- 
naval de Vienne, no. 4. 

Intermezzo sinfonico. See Mascagni 
(Pietro). 

Ijntimite. See Retrospections. 

Invitation to the dance; by C. M. 
von Weber, arr. by A. Sartorio, of 
Germany ; piano duet. [2931 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 369670; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Irene ; words by L. Cox, music by J. E. 
Andino. [2932 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377367; 
Leonard Cox, Oakville, Canada. 

Irmingard gavotte; by M. Flohr- 

schuetz, of U. S. ; piano. [2933 

© Nov. 10, 1915: 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1916; E 378455; Max Flohrschuetz, 

Elizabeth, N. J. 

Isle of leisure, where there's no 

more work to do ; words and music 

by M. I. Flynn. [2934 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; E 377372 ; M. 

I. Flynn, New Britain, Conn. 

Israel ; words by A. Burkhardt, music 
by A. Burkhardt and Fred Fischer, 
of U. S., arr. by Alfred Doyle, of 
U. S. [2935 

© 1 c. Feb. 21. 1916; E 377698; 
Addison Burkhardt, New York. 

It happens ev'ry night ; words by Al 
Dubin. music by George B. McCon- 
nell, arr. by Harry P. Small, of U. S. 

[2936 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377441; Emmett J. Welch, Phila- 
delphia. 

It is a good thing to give thanks ; 
words from Psalm 92 : 1-4, music by 
M. L. McPhail, of U. S. [2937 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378445 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 



It is June ; words by Caryl B. Storrs, 
music by M. Hambitzer-Ransom, of 
U. S. [2933 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 377436; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

It might have been ; words and music 
by E. A. Jackson, of U. S. [2939 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378299; Wilson C. Shantz 
and Edward A. Jackson, Camden, 
N. J. 

It needs but a touch ; words and mu- 
sic by H. Lillenas, of Norway, domi- 
ciled at Olivet, 111. [2940 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377800; Haldor Lillenas, Olivet, 
111. 

It's a hundred to one you're in love; 
words by Lou Klein, music by Harry 
Von Tilzer, of U. S. [2941 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378489; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

It's Broadway at night-time for 
mine; words by R. L. Winbourn, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[2942 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 3773S0; 
R. L. Winbourn, Los Angeles. 

It's dangerous on the sea; words by 

Jno. F. Ballenger, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [2943 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377600; 

Jno. F. Ballenger, Washington. 

Ivanhoe commandery; march, by C. 
E. M. Brooks, arr. by F. H. Johnson, 
of U. S. ; piano. [2944 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378205; 
Chas. Edward Martin Brooks, New 
York. 

J'aime; melodie, poesie de A. Saguez, 
musique de Louis Billaut, of France ; 
chant et piano. Paris, E. Contarel. 

[2945 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369720; A. Saguez, Amiens, 
France. 

Jack and Jill ; [and], Dickory, dickory 
dock; author unknown, music by S. 
Siegel, of U. S. ; musical menagerie 
tune chart, 3* by 13* inches. [2946 
© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377513; Sam Siegel toy co., New 
York. 



184 



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no. 3, 1916 



29G3 



Jacob Hall's jig ; to the tune of Under 
and over, arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of 
England; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set 8) [2947 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369775; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Janina; polka arr, by Frank Przybyl- 

ski, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [2948 

© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377918 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Japan. See Anthems of the allies. 

Je pense a volts ; poesie de A. Saguez, 
inusique de Louis Billaut, of France ; 
chant et piano. Paris, E. Contarel. 

[2949 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369719; A. Saguez, Amiens, 
France. 

Jeanne Doee; musical setting to the 
Bluebird photo-play, no. 1, adapta- 
tion by Tristan-Bernard, music se- 
lected and arr. by M. Winkler, of 
U. S. ; orchestra parts, nos. 1-29. 

[2950 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 

E 378272; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Jennie, come tie my ceavat ; to the 
tune of the garter, arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [2951 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24. 
1916; E 369767; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Jesu dulcis memoeia ; by Chas. Men- 
sik, of U. S. ; mixed voices, in E flat. 
(Gordon's octavo Catholic music, 
series 3.) [2952 

© Feb. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377765; Estate of Hamilton S. 
Gordon, New York. 

— by P. F. del Campiglio, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices with sop. or ten. solo 
and organ ace, key of F. (Gordon's 
octavo Catholic music, series 3.) 

[2953 
© Feb. 24. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377766 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Jesus, and shall it eveb be; words 
by Joseph Grigg, music by M. L. 
McPhail, of U. S. [2954 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378420 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 



Jesus, I my ceoss have taken ; words 
by Henry F. Lyte, music by M. L. 
McPhail, of U. S. [2955 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378423 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Jesus, lovee of my soul; anthem, 
words by Charles Wesley, music by 
Mary A. Simpson, of U. S. ; solo, 
duett & chorus, mixed voices. 4to. 
(Choir music, no. 17.) [2956 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 378165; Robin Ellis, New 
York. 

song, music by M. L. McPhail, of 

U. S. [2957 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378412 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Jingling; by Sigmund Herzog, of 
U. S. ; piano. (In playland, no. 4.) 

[2958 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377947 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Joe Tuenee blues; words and music 

by William C. Handy, of U. S. [2959 

© Dec. 22, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1916; E 377736; Pace & Handy 

music co., Memphis, Tenn. 

Jog on ; music arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, 
of England; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set 8) [2960 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 369778 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 

Johnny- Schmokee ; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Paul Lawson, of 
U. S. ; vocal or instrumental. (Sounds 
from the play room) [2961 

© Feb. 17, 1916"; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378232; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Johnny's pop-gun ; words and music 

by B. Consuelo Cook, of U. S. (In 

Childhood days) [2962 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377476; Yv 7 . A. Evans, Boston. 

Jolly fabewell; characteristic piece 
for beginners, by Marie Crosby, of 
U. S., op. 40; piano. (The birthday 
party, no. 4.) [2963 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377535; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



185 



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2964 



pt. in, n. s., v. Ill 



Jolly miller; by Sigmund Herzog, of 
U. S. ; piano. (In playland, no. 1.) 

[2964 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377944 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Josephine, my movie queen ; words 

and music by M. E. Calbreath, of 

U. S. [2965 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377643; 

Mary Evelene Calbreath, New York. 

Joyful tidings ; postlude, music by 
Lefebure-Wely [L. J. A.] arr. by 
V. F. Safranek, of U. S. ; full band. 
4to. [2966 

© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378277; Carl Fischer, New- 
York. [Copyright is claimed on mil- 
itary band.] 

Joyfully, joyfully angels aee sing- 
ing ; Christmas song, music by M. L. 
McPhail, of U. S. [2967 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378411 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Joyous springtime; by Myron Ester- 
brook, of Germany, op. 9 ; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 2.) [2968 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380084; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Jubilator (The) ; march by Jean 
Kastowsky, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[2969 
© Jan. 18, 1916: 



1916; E 377807; C. 
Oskaloosa, la. 



c. Feb. 28, 
Barnhouse, 



Juggler (The) ; by Edward Schaaf, of 

U. S., op. 19, no. 1 ; [player] piano. 

3 cards 8 inches by 10 inches. [2970 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377691; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 

Juice of barley ; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [2971 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369780; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

June-tide has come to the world; 
words by Edward Teschemacher, mu- 
sic by Arthur F. Tate, of Great Brit- 
ain ; no. 2 in F. [2972 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 369732 ; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 



Just because she comes from a one- 
horse TOWN, THAT'S NO SIGN SHE'S A 

one-horse girl ; words and music by 
Richard Howard, of U. S. [2973 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 377733; Daly, music pub- 
lisher, inc., Boston. 

Just like a mother ; words by J. Will 
Callahan, music by H. W. Petrie, of 
U. S. [2974 

© Sept. 26, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378308; Seidel music pub. 
co., inc., Indianapolis. 

Just to be going somewhere; words 

by Marion Moore, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [2975 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378327; 

Mary A. Teter, Zuni, N. Mex. 

Just to be home again ; words by Ema 

Suckovv Hunting, music by Jean 

Elizabeth Van Dyke, of U. S. [2976 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 

E 377393 ; March bros., Lebanon, O. 

Kaerlighed i Vaaren; ord af [Viggo 
Stuckenberg,] musik af Carl U. Si- 
monsen, of Denmark. (3 sange, no. 
3.) [2977 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30, 1916 ; 
E 369612; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 
Kaiser Bill said, don't come here, 
but here we are; words and music 
by G. Phillips, of Canada. [2978 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 380000; Gervase Phillips, 
Kerrisdale, B. C, Canada. 
Katebet. See Egyptian impressions. 

Katie's answer; words by C. H. 
Thaver, music by H. Arnold Smith, 
of Great Britain. [2979 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 380064 ; Boosey & co., London. 
Kawarska polka ; arr. by Louis Vitak, 
of U. S., concertina. [2980 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377416; Georgi and Vitak music 
co., Chicago. 
Keltic (A) lament; no. 2 of Keltic 
suite, by J. H. Foulds, of England. 
op. 29 ; piano solo. [2981 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 

E 369702 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Ken-he; fox trot by A. S. Kendrew, 

of U. S., arr. by T. Francis Burke 

of U. S. ; piano. C 29 82 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378542; Burke & Kendrew, 
Brockton, Mass. 



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no. 3, 1916 



2998 



Keokuk, I a. ; words and music by 

T. I. Keogh, of U. S., arr. by Nell 

Roach Phister, of U. S. [2983 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378298; 

Thomas Ignatius Keogh, New York. 

Killed in action ; funeral march, 
from Symphony in D minor, by 
Arthur Somervell, arr. by J. Ord 
Hume, of Great Britain ; military 
band. (Boosey & co.'s supplemental 
journal, no. 143.) [2984 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 369853; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

King immortal ; a special Easter serv- 
ice for the Sunday school. 8vo. 

[2985 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916 ; A 425512 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

King in His beauty; composed and 
comp. by E. C. Avis. Chicago, 111., 
E. C. Avis. 224 p. 12mo. [2986 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 7, 1916 ; A 420682 ; Edward C. 
Avis, Grey Eagle, Minn. 

King (The) of heaets; a comic opera 

in two acts by S. F. Louchheim, of 

U. S. [2987 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; D 19657; 

Stuart F. Louchheim, Philadelphia. 

King of Poland; music arr. by Cecil 
J. Sharp, of England ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [2988 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 369784; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

King (The) will be proud of Can- 
ada; words by S. G. Smith, music 
by F. Eborall, of Canada. [2989 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 369701 ; S. G. Smith & Frank Ebor- 
all, Toronto, Out, Canada. 

King Winter. See Swinstead (Felix) 
5 sketches, no. 4. 

KLAVIER KOMBINATIONSUBUNGEN UND 

meisterstudien ; von O. H. Thomas, 
of Germany ; klavier. [2990 

© Oct. 5, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916 ; 
E 369640; Oskar Hemrich Thomas, 
Zurich, Germany. 



Knight (The) of the nymphs; book 
by Maurice Clark, music by C. L. 
Meisinger, J. Burroughs and P. 
Raver, of U. S. University of Ne- 
braska, Kosmet klub. [2991 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378523; C. Le Roy Mei- 
singer, Jean Burroughs and Paul 
Raver, Lincoln, Neb. 

Kol nidre ; Oriental prayer, with vari- 
ations, by D. Ehrlich, of U. S. ; solo 
for flute or violin with piano ace. 

[2992 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 378465 ; David Ehrlich, New 
York. 

Koniec swiata; polka arr. by Frank 
Przybylski, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[2993 

© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377916 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Kostalden. See Landlige billeder, 
no. 4. 

Kyrie, Gloria Tibi and Sanctus, in 
key of G ; arr. by M. A. Simpson, of 
U. S., in G ; mixed voices and organ. 
4to. (Choir music, no. 15.) [2994 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 378164; Robin Ellis, New 
York. 

Lackawanna (The) flyer; words 
and music by J. M. Rutter, of U. S. 

[2995 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916 ; E 377631 ; James May Rutter, 
Wilkes Barre, Pa. 

Laddie in khaki ; quick march on Ivor 
Novello's popular song, arr. by J. 
Ord Hume, of Great Britain; drum 
and fife zand. 4to. [2996 

© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380041; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 
Crew, ltd., London. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Lady Banbury's hornpipe ; music arr. 
by Cecil J. Sharp, of England ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 8) [2997 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 369771 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Lady bird, lady bird ; instructive piece, 
first grade with easy variations, arr. 
by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano, 
treble and bass clef, words ad lib. 

[2998 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378233; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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Lady (The) in the moon; words and 
music by S. S. Herbert, of U. S. 

[2999 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916 ; E 377624 ; Miss S. S. Herbert, 
Vincentown, N. J. 

Landliches wiegenlied (A country 
cradle song) ; German words by 
Wilhelm Ochsenbein, English trans- 
lation by A. L. N. Russell, music by 
G. J. Wilkinson, of Great Britain. 

[3000 
© Feb. 19, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 369844; G. Jerrard Wilkinson, 
Birmingham, England. 

Land o' mine; words by G. Douglas 
Furber, music by Godfrey Nutting, 
of England, no. 1 in D, original 
key. [3001 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 369686; Gould & co., Lon- 
don. 

Land (The) of peace; words and 
music by Oscar H. Jacobs, of U. S. 
Milwaukee, Wis., Badger pub. house. 

[3002 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 

E 378558 ; O. H. Jacobs, Milwaukee. 

Land or the long ago, and Love's 
valley; music by Lilian Ray and 
Dorothy Forster, of Great Britain; 
arr. for string orchestra with organ. 
4to. [3003 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369660; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Landlige billedee (Landliche bil- 
der) ; af Louis Glass, of Denmark, 
op. 48, for piano. Nos. 1-6. Con- 
tents : 1. Hos landsbysmeden. — 2. 

Bedstefaders have. — 3. Aender paa 
vej til dammen. — 4. Kostalden. — 
5. Igennem den m0rke skov. — 6. 
H0nsegaarden. [3004 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 
E 369614; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Language (The) of flowers; from 
See America first, words and music 
bv T. Lawrason Riggs and Colo 
Porter, of U. S. [3005 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 37845S; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Larghetto. See Farjeon (Harry) 5 
pieces for piano. 



Larghetto, Indianisches lamento ; 
aus der sonatine von Ant. Dvorak 
op. 100, iibertragen von Ed. Schutt, 
of Germany, fur klavier. [3006 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380095; N. Simrock, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 

Largo in D flat. See Lyric pieces, 
no. 5. 

Lark (The) ; trio, words by Anna L. 
Barbauld, music by Carl Hahn, of 
U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. (Ar- 
thur P. Schmidt's octavo ed. no. 665. ) 

[3007 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 377543 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Larmes (Les) qui tombent; lamento, 
par Ernest Gillet, of France; orches- 
tre avec piano conducteur. [3008 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369713; Societe anonyme 
des editions Ricordi, Paris. 

Lass o' my dreams ; words by George 
MacFarlane, music by Theodore 
Morse, of U. S. [3009 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378535 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Lass (The) with the delicate air; 
song, the melody by Michael Arne, 
arr. by Thomas F. Dunhill, of Eng- 
land, with piano ace. ; in key of G. 

[3010 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 

1916; E 369763; Novello & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Last (The) call; words by Harold 

Begbie, music by Isidore De Lara, 

of England. [3011 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 369749 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Last (The) farewell; waltz by J. S. 

Zamecnik, of U. S. ; piano. [3012 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1916; E 377540; Sam Fox pub. co., 

Cleveland. 

Last night as I lay by the camp- 
fire; words by R. Granville, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [3013 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377850; 
Richard Grenville, Los Angeles. 



Laud ate. See Saint-Saens (C. C.) 



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3030 



Laugh and you nevee feel blue; 
words and music by John Gilroy, 
arr. by Christian A. Praetorius, of 
U. S. [3014 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377813; 
Albert Weiler, New York. 

Law (The) must be obeyed; in the 
musical comedy Stop ! Look ! Listen ! 
words and music by I. Berlin, of 
U. S. [3015 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378544; Irving Berlin, inc., 
New York. 

Lawn paety ; tone picture by Sigmund 
Herzog. of U. S. ; piano. (Al fresco, 
no. 4.) [3016 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377795; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Lead kindly light ; adaptation of the 
Berceuse from Jocelyn, words by J. 
H. Newman, music by B. Godard, 
adaptation and arrangement by J. A. 
Parks, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[3017 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 377589; J. A. Parks co., 

York, Neb. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement and harmonization.] 

Lead me; words anon., music by I. E. 

Hicks, of U. S. [3018 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1916; E 377551; Ira Evans Hicks, 

Browns Mills, N. J. 

Legend; by M. N. Weyl, of U. S. ; 
piano. [3019 

© Feb. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378561; Maurice N. Weyl, Phila- 
delphia. 

Let me but love; words by Raymond 
Wallace, music by Harry Scott, of 
England, in key of C. [3020 

© Dec. 21, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369754; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

Let's be eeady ! That's the spieit 
of '76; words and music by Rubey 
Cowan and Chas. Bayha, of U. S. 

[3021 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378495 ; Rubey Cowan music 
pub. co., New York. 

Let's make this whole woeld 
Amesica; words by C. N. Camp, 
music by Ruth Marie Camp, of U. S., 
arr. by C. N. Camp, of U. S. [3022 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; E 378486 ; C. 
Nelson Camp, Brooklyn. 



Let us sweetheaets always be; 
words by K. M. Henderson, music by 
Artemas Higgs, of U. S. [3023 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377776; Kathryn Marie 
Henderson, New Haven. 

Libeeatoes (The) ; march by Charles 
Ancliffe, of England; orchestra; 
with piano and harmonium ace. 4to. 

[3024 
© Feb. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380072 ; Hawkes & son, London. 

Life's teeasuee ; words and melody by 
William Younger, of England, in A 
flat, with piano ace. [3025 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 369674 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Light of my life, foeevee; words by 
Edith Sanford Tillotson, music by 
Ira B. Wilson, of U. S. [3026 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378234; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lightly eow ; words by Jessica 
Moore, music by Paul Lawson, of 
U. S. ; vocal or instrumental. (Sounds 
from the play room) 3027 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378235; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Like as a fathee; words from the 
Bible, music by M. L. McPhail, of 
U. S. [3028 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378443 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Like the sunshine; words by Edith 
S. Tillotson, music by F. A. Challi- 
nor, of England. (Festival music, 
no. 99.) [3029 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 367977 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

Lilli bueleeo ; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set 8.) [3030 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369782; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright in claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Liszt (Feanz) Resurrection (The) ; 
from Liszt's Christus, ed. by Clar- 
ence Dickinson, of U. S. (Sacred 
choruses, no. 32) 1. Timpani. 2. 



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Liszt (Franz) — Continued. 

Trombone I. 3. Trombone II. 4. 
Trumpets I & II in A. [3031-3034 
© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. each Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377752, 377754-377756; H. 
W. Gray co., New York. [Copyright 
is claimed on editing.] 

Little Bo-Peep ; author unknown, mu- 
sic by S. Siegel, of U. S. Musical 
menagerie tune chart, 3^ by 13£ 
inches. [3035 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377512; Sam Siegel toy co., New 
York. 

by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano 

with words ad lib. [3036 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378236; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little comrade march ; by G. Albert 
Reuhl, of U. S., op. 48; piano. (Six 
little tone pieces, no. 6.) [3037 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377619; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little (The) devil (Diblik) ; polka 
arr. by H. Schuckert, of U. S. ; con- 
certina, orch. key. [3038 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377422; Georgi and Vitak music 
co., Chicago. 

Little elfin; words by Alyse Earle, 
music by Carl Rudolpho, of U. S. 

[3039 
© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916; E 377633; 
Chas. Rudolph Wenzel, New York. 

Little flakes of snow ; words and 

music by B. Consuelo Cook, of U. S. 

(In Childhood days) [3040 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377473 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Little (The) Ford; words by S. T. 
Schmitt, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [3041 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377606; 
Simon T. Schmitt, Toledo. 

Little frogs; words and music by B. 
Consuelo Cook, of U. S. (In Child- 
hood days) [3042 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377474 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Little (A) girl from Loveland ; words 

and music by I. B. Linebarger, of 

U. S. [3043 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916; E 377907; 

Iva Blue Linebarger, Rockville, Ind. 



Little (The) harlequin; words by 
Percy Greenbank, music by Fred J. 
Blackman, of England. [3044 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 380026; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Little Jack Horner; author un- 
known, music by S. Siegel, of U. S. ; 
musical menagerie tune chart 3* by 
13^ inches. [3045 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377515; Sam Siegel toy co., New 
York. 

by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano 

with words ad lib. [3046 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378237; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Little (The) major; march by Jos. 
J. Kaiser, of U. S., op. 28; piano. 

[3047 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377928; Jos. J. Kaiser music co., 
New York. 

Little orphant Annie; words by 
James Whitcomb Riley, music by 
Ward-Stephens, of U. S. [3048 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916 ; E 377613 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Little romance. See Moore (Graham 
P.) Six lyric pieces, no. 3. 

Little (A) song of faith; words by 

Flora Kirkland, music by C. H. 

Gabriel, of U. S. [3049 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377452 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Little (A) talk with Jesus ; sacred 
song and refrain, words selected 
from an old song, music by J. P. 
Moorman, of U. S. ; medium voice & 
mixed quartette. [3050 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377361 ; Julian P. Moorman, Bris- 
tol, Va. 

Little (A) town in Ireland; words 
by E. Teschemacher, music by Ed- 
ward Lockton, of England; no. 1 
in C. [3051 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380073; J. B. Cramer & co., ltd., 
London. 

Little ( The ) wooden soldiers ; danse 
humoreske, by Merlin Morgan, of 
England; piano. [3052 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 380027; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 



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3071 



Live for Jesus; words by Mrs. C. D. 

Martin, music arr. by W. Stillman 

Martin, of U. S. [3053 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377447 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago- 

Lola my love; words by Frank E. 
Wright, music by P. Funk, of U. S. 

[3054 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377353; 
Pauline Funk, Chicago. 

London (The) Scottish; march trium- 
phant, by Herbert E. Haines, of Eng- 
land ; orchestra with piano-conduc- 
tor. 4to. [3055 
© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 369664 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Loneliness ; sketch by Sigmund Her- 
zog, of U. S. ; piano solo. (Rural 
episodes, no. 3.) [3056 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377792; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Long way to Peague (Ku Praze je cesta 
dlouha) ; march arr. by Louis Vitak, 
of U. S. ; concertina. [3057 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377423; Georgi and Vitak music 
co., Chicago. 

Longing foe home (Heimweh) ; music 
by A. Jungmann, arr. by H. F. Odell, 
of U. S. ; mandolin orchestra. [3058 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378280; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

reverie by Edgar Krones, of U. S. ; 

piano. [3059 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378343; Ernest Rueffer, 
New York. 

Look up feom the darkness ; words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Ade- 
lina de Lara, of England. Song with 
piano and organ obligato ad lib. 1. 
No. 2 in F. 2. No. 3 in G. 

[3060, 3061 
© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 1 c. each Mar. 6, 
1916; E 369829, 369830; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Look up, lift up! ye Christians; 
words by C. A. Steepleton, music by 
Haldor Lillenas, of Norway domi- 
ciled at Olivet, 111. 12mo. [3062 
© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377359; Clifford Atwood Steeple- 
ton, Tucson, Ariz. 



Looks ; humorous song, words by Ro- 
land Merry, music by Stuart Deb- 
nam, of Great Britain. [3063 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 369693 ; Reynolds & co., London. 

Lord (The) is my light; words from 
Psalm 27, music by M. Lindsay Mc- 
Phail, jr., of U. S. [3064 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378429 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Lord (The) is my Shepherd; twenty 
third psalm, music by L. Schutte, of 
U. S. Chicago, 111., Ida Belle Free- 
man. [3065 
© Dec. 17, 1915 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 378600 ; Leslie Schutte, Denver. 

words from Psalm XXIII, music 

by Wm. Lyndon Wright, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. (Arthur P. Schmidt's 
octavo edition, no. 1172.) [3066 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377728 ; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Lord (The) is nigh unto all; words 
from Psalm 145 and 95, music by 
Rimsky-Korsakoff, edited and adapt- 
ed to text by A. M. Henderson, of 
Scotland; mixed voices. (Choral 
album, no. 1243.) [3067 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380068 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow, Scotland. 

Lord of our life ; hymn anthem, words 
by Philip Pusey, music by J. Edwin 
Allemong, of U. S., op. 67, quartette 
for female voices. 4to. [3068 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377649 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 

Lord (The) reigneth ; words from 
Psalm 93, music by M. L. McPhail, 
of U. S. [3069 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378426 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago 

Lord's (The) prayer; by Chas. Men- 
sik, of U. S. ; mixed voices with or- 
gan ace, key of G. (Gordon's oc- 
tavo Catholic music, series 2.) 

[3070 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377763 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Lousane waltz; by N. Spector, of 

U. S. ; piano. [3071 

© Jan .1, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1915 ; 

E 377364; Nathan Spector, New 

York. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Love; words and music by E. J. Lar- 
mann, of U. S. [3072 

© 1 c.Feb. 1, 1916; E 377732; 
Edward John Larmann, New Or- 
leans. 

Love-dreams ; romance by H. Baynton- 
Power, of England ; piano solo. 

[3073 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380074 ; Beal, Stuttard & co., Lon- 
don. 

Love is the springtime of life ; duet 
from the operetta, Princess Tra-la-la, 
words by Matthew Woodward, music 
by Leo Ascher, of Austria. [3074 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 369837; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Love is where the pansies bloom ; 

words by I. Ross, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3075 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377595; 

Irene Ross, Jamestown, Ind. 

Love lies a-bleeding; music arr. by 
Cecil J. Sharp, of England; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 8) [3076 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369773; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Love may be a mystery; from Sybil, 
music by Victor Jacobi, arr. by S. 
Deshon, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [3077 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 377834 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Love of pleasure; graceful dance by 
Chas. Lindsay, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3078 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378238; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 
L-o-v-e spells Joe ; words by Mrs. J. R. 
Martin, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [3079 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377854; 
Mrs. John R. Martin, Milford, N. H. 
Love that's never been told; from 
The road to Mandalay, lyric by Wil- 
liam McKenna, music by Oreste Ves- 
sella, of Italy. [3080 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377915 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 
Loveland ; words by L. Savadge, music 
by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [3081 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377385; 
Louis Savadge, Rock Island, 111. 



Lovely Louisiana; words by A. J. 
Holt, music by Daniel R. Wade, of 
U. S. [3082 

© Dec. 8, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 378189; Executive board Loui- 
siana Baptist convention, Shreve- 
port, La. 

Love's first dream ; by R. S. Morrison, 

of U. S. ; piano. [3083 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 377620; Hatch music co., 

Philadelphia. 

Love's greeting; by Myron Ester- 
brook, of Germany, op. 9; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 6.) [3084 

© Feb. 8, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 380085; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Love's lullaby; words and music by 

I. B. Linebarger, of U. S. [3085 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916; E 377908; 

Iva Blue Linebarger, Rockville, Ind. 

Love's best; words and music by E. 
Ireson, of England. [30S6 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 380093; Ethel Ireson, Lon- 
don. 

Love's valley. See Land of the long 
ago. 

Lucky (The) horseshoe; words by 
David Stevens, music by Henry Had- 
ley, of U. S. ; four-part chorus for 
men's voices. (G. S. 8vo choruses, 
no. 6518.) [3087 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377677 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Lullaby ; by Platon Brounoff, of U. S. ; 

violin and piano. [3088 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378239; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

music by Clair Van Lynden, U. S. 

[arr. by Gus Guentzel] of U. S., for 
violin. [3089 

© 1 c. Feb. 7, 1916; E 378345; 
Buck & Lowney, St. Louis. 

words by B. Jasperson, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [3090 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377859; 

Blanche Jasperson, Pierpont, S. Dak. 

words from Elfin song, by Flor- 
ence Harrison, music by F. E. Wood- 
wright, of Great Britain. [3091 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 380022; Charles Sheard & 
co., London. 



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5109 



LUSITANIA BRING, BRING BACK MY 

sweetheart ; pathetic love song, 
words by Wilfred A. Hunter, music 
by B. Trull, of U. S., arr. by R. S. 
Sin Clair, of U. S. [3092 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377901; 
Bessie Trull, Hiawatha, Kan. 

Lyric pieces (Morceaux lyriques) ; by 
Harry Farjeon, of England, op. 40; 
pianoforte. Book 1. Contents : — Mel- 
ody in A flat. — Nursery rhyme. — A 
study in rythm. — A gay tune. — Lar- 
go in D flat. [3093 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 367993; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Madcap (The) (La folletta) ; words 
and music by S. D. C. Marehesi, op. 
41, no. 12, translated by Frederick 
H. Martens, of U. S. ; D flat. [3094 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377670 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on transla- 
tion.] 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis; an- 
thems, words from the Bible, music 
by LeRoy M. Rile, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices, organ ace. in B fiat. 4to. 
(Series of anthems for mixed voices, 
no. 4004). [3095 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 377S27; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Maiden's (The) blush; arr. by Cecil 
J. Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set S) [3096 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369766; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Maids' morris ; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8.) [3097 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 369781 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Make a joyful noise; words from 
Psalm 100, music by M. L. McPhail, 
of U. S. [3098 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378404 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Making hay ; words by S. B. Doolittle, 
music bv J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[3099 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; E 377857 ; S. 
B. Doolittle, Middletown, Conn. 



Maman ; paroles de A. Saguez, musique 
de Victor Gentil, of France ; chant et 
piano. Paris, E. Coutarel. [3100 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 369718 ; A. Saguez, Amiens, 
France. 

Mammy's lit. honey boy; words by 
C. M. Howell, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [3101 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377844; 
Carrie Mackmet Howell, Hillsboro, 
111. 

Mandy, my Suwanee dream ; words 

and music by J. Burnett, arr. by 

Paul Pratt, of U. S. [3102 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1916; E 377431; 

Jack Burnett, Chicago. 

March of the cadets ; by H. Engel- 
mann, arr. by Albert Franz, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. [3103 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378485; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

March (The) of the Limberlost; 
march and two-step by Arininda 
Beery, of U. S. ; piano. [3104 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377707 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 
Sedalia, Mo. 

March of the Princess Pats; by 
A. C. Garratt, of Canada ; piano. 

[3105 
© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369755; A. C. Garratt, Sarnia, 
Ont, Canada. 

Marching around the birthday 
cake; characteristic piece for be- 
ginners, by Marie Crosby, of U. S., 
op. 40; piano. (The birthday party, 
no. 3.) [3106 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377534; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Marching to our home above ; words 
by Kirk White, music by C. Darn- 
ton, of England. (Anniversary 
hymns, no. 81.) 4to. [3107 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 367971 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Marcia cadet; by T. Lada, of U. S. ; 
cornet or drum solo. [310S 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916; E 378567; 
Tony Lada, Streator, 111. 

Marionettes ; song from The Masked 
model, lyric by Robert B. Smith, 
music by Carl Woess, of U. S. [3109 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 378154; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 



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Makionettes paeade ; from Melodious 
recreations, by Albert V. Davies, of 
U. S. ; piano. [3110 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377621; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Maesz dla mlodej part; arr. by- 
Frank Przybylski, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [3111 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377920 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Maetyee (Le) de la Belgique ; paroles 
de G. d'Ormeville, musique de Salva- 
tore Cottone, of Italy ; chant et 
piano. [3112 

© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369807; Casa musicale Sonzogno, 
Milan. 

Maey (The) and Doeothy ; music 

arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of England. 

(Country dance tunes, set 8) [3113 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 

1916; E 369777; Novello & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 
Mascagni (Pieteo) Intermezzo sin- 

fonico; from Cavalleria rusticana, 

opera by P. Mascagni, arr. by M. 

Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. [3114 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 

1916 ; E 378176 ; Century music pub. 

co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Mass in honor of St. Petee ; music by 
John Wiegand, of U. S. ; tenor 1 & 2, 
or sop. & alto, and bass, with organ 
ace. 4to. [3115 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378196; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 
Massenet (Jules Emile Feedeeic) 
Werther ; drame lyrique, no. 1, Pre- 
lude, par J. Massenet, transcription 
par A. Pelliot ; violon et piano. 

[3116 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367992; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
transcription.] 
Matunita; Moorish dance, by A. C. 
Koeppler, of U. S., op. 3 ; piano. 

[3117 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 377556; Albert C. Koeppler, Chi- 
cago. 
May-bells ; three step by F. H. Losey, 
of U. S., op. 355 ; piano. [3118 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 377824; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 



May (A) song; by Myron Esterbrook, 
of Germany, op. 9; piano. (Ten rec- 
reations, no. 5.) [3119 

© Feb. 8, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 380086; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. 

Maying; by Cecil Burleigh, of U. S., 
op. 23; violin and piano. (Nature 
studies, six compositions, no. 3.) 

[3120 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378289; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Mazas (F.) 27 brilliant studies; by 
F. Mazas, op. 36, revised and fin- 
gered by H. Artok, of Great Britain ; 
violin. (75 melodic & progressive 
studies, book 2.) [3121 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369658; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision.] 

Meadow sweet; by Noel Norman, of 
England ; pianoforte. [3122 

© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 380012 ; Warren & Phillips, 
London. 

Meet me in the land of Geapico; 
words and music by Ivan Reid and 
Peter De Rose, of U. S. [3123 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377455; J. Grossman's sons, New 
Orleans. 

Melinda and hee sistees ; musical 
play in two acts, book by Mrs. O. H. 
P. Belmont and Elsa Maxwell, lyrics 
and music by Elsa Maxwell, of Eng- 
land, domiciled at New York, N. Y. 

[3124 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; D 19656; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Melodic studies foe the special de- 
velopment of the left hand ; by 
Arnoldo Sartorio, of Germany, op. 
1092; pianoforte. [3125 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380044; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Melody in A flat. See Lyric pieces, 
no. 1. 

Melody playing. See Graham (Jas- 
per) Six sight-reading studies, 
no. 6. 



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3142 



Men (The) of Louisiana for the 
Man of Galilee; words by F. O. 
Flowers, music by Daniel R. Wade, 
of U. S. [312G 

© Dec. 8, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 : 
E 378190; Executive board Louisi- 
ana Baptist convention, Shreveport, 
La. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) We praise Thee, O 
King; words by Jennie Ree, of 
U, S. ; music from Mendelssohn. 

[3127 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1916; E 377523; Homer A. Rode- 

heaver, Chicago. [Copyright is 

claimed on words only.] 

Menuet. See Mozart (W. A.) 

Menuett; ur pantomim-baletten, Per 
svinaherde, av Kurt Atterberg, of 
Sweden, op. 9, no. 2; piano. [3128 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369624; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Merbecke's communion service; origi- 
nal text (1550 A. D.), ed. and 
adapted for use in church with or- 
gan ace, by A. Madeley Richardson, 
of Great Britain, domiciled at New 
York. 4to. [3129 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378457; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing and adaptation.] 

Mebcedes ; intermezzo by L. Davis, of 
U. S. ; piano. [3130 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378340; 
Leonard Davis, New York. 

Merry games ; characteristic piece for 
beginners, by Marie Crosby, of U. S., 
op. 40; piano. (The birthday party, 
no. 2.) [3131 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377533; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Merry wassail. See Health (The). 

Merry (The) wedding (Brimsveins 
visa) ; bridal dance, on verses chosen 
and adapted from various Faeroe 
Island (Scandinavian) folk-poems 
printed in V. U. Hammershaimb's 
Fssrosk's anthologi; done into Eng- 
lish by Rose Grainger and P. A. 
Grainger, music by P. A. Grainger ; 
9 solo voices, mixed chorus and or- 
chestra, organ, ad lib. 4to. Boston, 
Oliver Ditson co. [3132 

© Jan. 8, 1916; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
24, 1916 ; A 425036 ; Percy Aldridge 
Grainger, New York. 



Merry (The) wives; musical comedy, 
lyrics by Margaret Becker, Geneva 
Bierley and Miriam Elkins, music 
by Helen Fromer, of U. S. [3133 

© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377890; Elmira college, Elmira, 
N. Y. 

Methode de violon (Violin method) ; 
by Mazas, edition revue, par G. 
Enesco, of France. (Collection Or- 
phee, no. 111.) [3134 

© Jan. 21, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 22, 
1916; E 367849; Societe francaise 
d'edition, Paris. 

Meyeebeer (Giacomo) Dinorah: mel- 
ody from the opera by G. Meyer- 
beer, arr. by Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; 
piano with words ad lib. [3135 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378216; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Miami university song book ; ed. by 
Raymond H. Burke. [Cincinnati, 
O., Printed by the Otto Zimmerman 
co., 1915] 88 p. illus. 4to. 

[3136 
© June 1, 1915 ; 2 c. and aff. Dec. 
22, 1915 ; A 418484 ; Raymond Hugh 
Burke, Hamilton, O. 

Midgets tango; by J. W. C. Barnett, 
of U. S. ; piano. [3137 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916; E 378166; 
Jack W. C. Barnett, New York. 

Midinette (La) : one step, by Emerich 
Giinsberger, of Austria, arr. by Sol. 
P. Levy, of U. S. ; piano. [3138 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377465; Elizabeth A. Gordon, ex- 
ecutrix of estate of Hamilton S. 
Gordon, New York. 

Miez ist krank ; volkslied, arr. by E. 
Beyer, of U. S. 1. Male voices. — 2. 
Mixed voices. 4to. (Concert songs 
no. 42, 25.) [3139,3140 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. each Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 377481, 377482 ; Antigo pub. 
co., Antigo, Wis. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Mine tate der kiki; musical comedy 
by D. Greenwald, of U. S. (Hebrew- 
Yiddish text.) [3141 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916; D 19659; 
David Greenwald, New York. 

Minstrel days ; from Robinson Cru- 
soe, jr., words by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Phil Schwartz, of U. S. 

[3142 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 377720; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



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Minuetto ; by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
one or two violins with piano ace. 

[3143 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378240"; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Miracle (The) of time; symphonic 
ballad, words anonymous, music by 
W. Franke Harling, of U. S. ; double 
chorus, tenor solo, children's chorus 
ad lib. ; vocal score. 4to. [3144 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb, 14, 
1916; E 377648; Festival pub. co., 
Newark, N. J. 

Miranda; scherzo, by Hubert Bath, of 
. England ; piano. (Two Shakespeare 

pieces, no. 2.) [3145 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 

1916; E 367981; Joseph Williams, 

ltd., London. 

Miserere. See Verdi (Giuseppe) 

Mister good man, please help me ; 

words by J. Henn, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3146 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377864; 

John Henn, Pittsburg. 

Mr. Isaac's maggot; music arr. by 
Cecil J. Sharp, of England ; piano. 
(Country dance tune, set 8) [3147 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369768; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Mister Sergeant Michael Donoghue ; 
words and music by Tom Mellor, 
Harry Gifford & Fred Godfrey. 

[3148 
© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369750 ; B. Feldman co., London. 

Mistress Mary. See Llere we go 
'round the mulberry tree. 

Mrs. Norman Galt's vow ; words by 
Mrs. A. H. Stager, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [3149 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377855; 
Mrs. A. H. Stager, Conneaut, O. 

Mistress (The) of the seas. See 
Breath (The) of scandal. 

Mock (The) hobby horse; music arr. 
by Cecil J. Sharp, of England ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 8) [3150 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369779; Novello & co., ltd., 
Loudon. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement] 



Modern musical ideas ; compiled by 
Betty E. Flyn, of U. S. Bk. 1. 
Birmingham, Mich., I. F. Gravline & 
co. [3151 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 378520; Mrs. Noble Grav- 
lin, Birmingham, Mich. 

Modern school marches ; selected and 
edited, by A. Roloff, of Great Brit- 
ain ; piano. 1. Book 1, nos. 1-8. 2. 
Book 2, nos. 9-17. [3152, 3153 

© Jan. 29, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369656, 369657; Augener 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on editing.] 

Molly O'Malley ; words and music by 

J. L. Rooney, arr. by Eugene Platz- 

niann, of U. S. [3154 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1^16; E 377496; 

John L. Rooney, New York. 

Moment gracieux. See Dunhill (T. F.) 
Three short pieces, no. 1. 

Moment musical. See Farjeon (Har- 
ry.) 5 pieces for piano. — Vignettes. 

Money (The) doesn't make the man; 

words by T. Maloney, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3155 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378325; 

Thos. Maloney, Pittsburgh. 

Month of roses ; vocal waltz, words 
by Gertrude Knox Willis, music by 
Rudolf Sinnhold, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Secular choruses, no. 
3911. ) [3156 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378560; J. Fischer & bro., New- 
York. 

Moon (The) flower; words and mu- 
sic by G. O. Ledbetter, arr. by Robt. 
Hawcroft, of U. S. 3157 

© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377399; 
Gertrude Owsley Ledbetter, El Paso. 

Moon lane ; words by Estelle Worden, 
music by M. W. Kennedy, of U. S. ; 
voice and piano. [3158 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916 ; E 378180 ; Marie Walters Ken- 
nedy & Estelle Worden, New York. 

Moon of love ; vocal waltz, words and 
music by Dwight Fiske, of U. S. 

[3159 
© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 5, 1916 ; 
E 377629; H. W. Gray co., New 
York. 

Moonlight (The) waltz; music by 
F. K. Logan, of U. S. ; piano. Chi- 
cago, Knight-Logan co. [3160 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377655; Frederic Knight 
Locran. Chicago. 



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Moore (Graham P.) Six lyric pieces 
(Morceaux lyriques) ; by G. P. 
Moore, of England ; piano. Con- 
tents : — 1. Shepherds song. — 2. Rus- 
tic song. — 3. Little romance. — 4. Val- 
sette. — 5. Reverie. — 6. Bagatelle. 

[3161 
© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 15, 
1916; E 380021; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

ifoRGONVANDEiNG. See Pianostycken, 
no. 2. 

SffoENiNG, noon and KiGHT ; words and 
music by James White, of U. S. 

[3162 
© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 378597; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 

Mother; one-step, two-step or trot, by 
Theodore Morse, arr. by Calvin 
Grooms, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [3163 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916 ; E 377459 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on the 
arrangement.] 

Mother's home ; words by W. W. Fris- 
by, music by J. F. Zimmerman, of 
U. S. [3164 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378449; Wm. W. Frisby, 
Philadelphia. 

Mount Zion's S. S. march ; by C. B. 
Eaton, of U. S. ; piano. [3165 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916 ; E 377894 ; Charles Babson Ea- 
ton, Independence, Mo. 

Mountain stream; rondo by Jos. J. 

Kaiser, of U. S., op. 26 ; piano. [3166 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377931; Jos. J. Kaiser music co., 

New York. 

Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) Con- 
certo in A; by W. A. Mozart, k. no. 
219, for violin, edited and arr. by 
Emile Sauret and Henry E. Geehl, 
of Great Britain, with piano ace. 

[3167 
© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16. 
1916; E 369653; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on edit- 
ing and arrangement.] 

— Fourteen easy compositions; by 
W. A. Mozart, selected and edited by 
Carlo Tonelli, of Great Britain; 
piano. Edition Wood, no. 814. 

[3168 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1916; E 380087; B. F. Wood music 

co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 



Mozart (Wolfgang Amadeus) — Con. 

Gigue; music by W. A. Mozart, 

concert transcription by Louis Victor 
Saar, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[3169 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378278 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Menuet; by W. A. Mozart, tran- 
scribed by Louis Victor Saar, of U. 
S. ; violin and piano. [3170 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 
E 378284 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Municipal (The) loose leaf violin 
method ; a course of systematic vio- 
lin teaching, lessons 1-12, by Fred- 
erick Wm. Ortmann, of U. S. [3171 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378290; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Mutt and Jeff; words and music by 
T. Hoy, of U. S. [3172 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378187; 
Thos. Hoy, La Grande, Ore. 

My airship queen ; words by E. C. 
Drews, jr., music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. " [3173 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377852; 
Ernest C. Drews, jr., Marshfield, 
Ore. 

My boy scout; words and music by 
G. O. Ledbetter, arr. by Robert Haw- 
croft, of U. S. [3174 
© 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916; E 377400; 
Gertrude Owsley Ledbetter, El Paso. 

My boy will do his duty ; words and 

music by E. L. Jones, of U. S. [3175 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21. 

1916; E 377711; Embert L. Jones, 

Portland, Me. 

My castle in Spain ; fox trot, intro : 
Sadie love, arr. by Earl Carroll, of 
U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. [3176 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23; 
1916 ; E 378361 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

song from So long, Letty, words 

and music by Earl Carroll, of U. S. 

[3177 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377743 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

My country ; words by Henry K. 

Shanck, music by Niel Norman, of 

U. S. [3178 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 378305; 

Henry K. Shanck, Cleveland, O. 



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My Dixie Rose; words and music by 
E. E. Harvey and F. E. Clifford, of 
U. S. [3179 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 377799; 
Elmer E. Harvey and Florence E. 
Clifford, Kansas City, Mo. 

My dream bird ; words by B. Clinken- 

beard, music bv J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [3180 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377856; 

Bert Clinkenbeard, Des Moines. 

My home in Tennessee; words by 
Fred Smith, music by Chas. A. Fehl- 
berg, of U. S. [3181 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378335; Edward A. Bowen, 
Maiden, Mass. 

My honey rose ; words by Tlios. S. Al- 
len, music by Jos. M. Daly, of U. S. 

[3182 
© Oct. 15, 1915; 2 c. Oct. 7, 1915; 
E 371106; Daly, music publisher, 
inc., Boston. 

My Irish home; words and music by 
M. J. Maguire, of U. S. [3183 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378186; 
M. J. Maguire, Brooklyn. 

My Lady Win wood's maggot; to the 
tune of Nobody's jig, arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England, for piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [3184 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369765; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

My lady's courant; to the tune of 
Walton abbey, arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. ( Country 
dance tunes, set 7) [3185 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369805; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

My lily of the valley; words and 

music by J. Poole, of U. S., arr. by 

Arthur Mann, of U. S. [3186 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 37S320; 

Jesslyn Poole, Ames, la. 

My little red rose ; words by D. Eard- 
ley-Wilmot, music by Hermann Lohr, 
of Great Britain. [3187 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 309809; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 



My little sweetheart Mamie Rose; 
words and music by W. B. Orr. of 
U. S. Philadelphia, Pa., Wm. 
Bredell Orr music co. [3188 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378573; William Bredell Orr, 
Philadelphia. 

My madonna Mary mine; words by 
Robert F. Roden, music by W'illiam 
H. Perrins, of U. S. [3189 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 377560 ; F. B. Haviland pub, 
co., New York. 

My mother dear; words by E. Davis, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[3190 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377853; 

Emma Davis, New Brunswick, N. J. 

My mother, my dad and my girl; 
words by Al Dubin, music by George 
B. McConnell, of U. S. [3191 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377442; Emmett J. Welch, Phila- 
delphia. 

My old New England home; words 
and music by W. R. O'Shea, of U. S. 

[3192 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377716; 

Wm. R. O'Shea, Webster, Mass. 

My Pennsylvania home; words and 
music by P. S. Roberts, of U. S. 

[3193 
© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378451; Phil. S. Roberts, 
North Duquesne, Pa. 

My pirate lady; from Robinson Cru- 
soe, jr., words by Harold Atteridge, 
music by Sigmund Romberg, of Aus- 
tria, domiciled at New York. [3194 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377686; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

My prayer ; words by C. Clark, music 
by Louise Stevens, of IT. S. 12mo. 

[3195 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377497; Curran Clark, San Fran- 
cisco. 
My Saviour is waiting for me ; words 
by H. G. Markley, music by Chas. H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. 4to. [3196 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377444; Herbert G. Markley, 
Granville, N. D. 
My Shepherd: words from Psalm 23, 
music by I. E. Hicks, of U. S. [3197 
© Jan. 35, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377549; Ira Evans Hicks, 
Browns Mills, N. J. 



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321^ 



My soldier dad ; words by Lewis Sin- 
den, music by H. Harwood-Jones, of 
Canada. 3198 

© Feb. 20, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369695; H. Harwood-Jones, 
Toronto. 

My soul, there is a country; motet 
for the group called Songs of fare- 
well, words by Henry Vaughan, mu- 
sic by C. Hubert H. Parry, of Eng- 
land ; four mixed voices. 4to. 

[3199 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380040; Year book press, London. 

My southland cabin home; words 

and music by Jack Burnett, of U. S., 

arr. by Paul Pratt, of U. S. [3200 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377693; 

Victor Foster, Fulton, N. Y. 

My true blue Irish boy; words by 

Katharine Less Ash, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3201 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377377; 

Mrs. L. W. Ash, Red Wing, Minn. 

My Uncle Sam's a soldier; words 
and music by A. R. Howe, of U. S. 

[3202 
© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377895; A. Russell Howe, 
Buffalo. 

My wish ; words by Edward Lockton, 
music by Arthur Rosse, of England. 
No. 1 in F. [3203 

© Jan. 24, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 29, 
1916 ; E 380035 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 



No. 3 in A flat. 



[320* 



© Jan. 24, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369831 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

My wonderful tropical girl; words 
and music by Irvin P. Leclere, of 
U. S. [3205 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378527; Broadway popular 
music club, New Orleans. 

Nad strum ykiem ; i Co ja kocham, 

opracowat Antoni Jav, of U. S., op. 

20. [3206 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377923 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Nadeshda. See Bath (Hubert) Two 

Egyptian sketches, no. 2. 
National defense ; march, by E. Adele 
Jacobs, arr. by August Damm, of 
U. S. 1. Band. 2. Orchestra. 

[3207, 3208 
© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. each Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378391, 378392 ; Edith A. .la- 
cobs, Auburndale, Mass. 



Natures praise; author of words un- 
known, music by C. Darnton, of Eng- 
land. (Anniversary hymns, no. 84.) 
4to. [3209 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 367970 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Nay, nay, Pauline ; words by Will J. 
Hart, music by Raymond Walker, of 
U. S. [3210 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377568; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Nebraska dear; words and music by 
R. T. Page, of U. S. [3211 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377726; 
Rose T. Page, Columbus, Nebr. 

Nena ; fantasia spagnuola by Pietro A. 

Yon, of U. S. ; piano. [3212 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 378501; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. 

Never weather-beaten sail ; motet for 
the group called, Songs of farewell, 
words by Thomas Campion, music 
by C. Hubert H. Parry, of England ; 
five mixed voices. 4to. [3213 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380039; Year book press, London. 

New musical note-gatherers, cover- 
title, [44] p. illus. 4to. [3214 
© Oct. 30, 1915; 2 c. Nov. 13, 
1915 ; aff. Jan. 31, 1916 ; A 425156 ; 
Katharine Burro wes, Detroit. 

Night (A) in a harem; music from 
the play, lyrics and music by A. M. 
Zinn, of U. S. Contents : — 1. Harem 
opening chorus. — 2. Circus song, 
finale. — 3. Sultan's, or Rajah's, en- 
trance song. [3215 
© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 377900; 
Albert M. Zinn, Milwaukee. 

Night (A) in June; by G. A. Grant- 
Schaefer, of U. S. ; piano. [3216 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378566; Arthur P. Schmidt co., 
Boston. 

Night (A) in May (Die Maiennacht) ; 
waltz, by Alfred J. Silver, of Great 
Britain; orch. (Young America or- 
chestra series no. 4005.) [3217 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 377555; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 



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No Man's Land; from Heart o' th' 
heather, lyric by Glen MacDonough, 
music by Raymond Hubbell, of U. S. 

[3218 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916 ; E 378536 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

NO ONE BUT YOUK DEAE OLD DAD ; lyric 

by Stanley Murphy, music by Henry 
I. Marshall, of U. S. [3219 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377567; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Noctuene; by Fr. Behr, arr, by L. P. 
Laurendeau, of U. S. ; military band. 
4to. [3220 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 369675; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

See also Flotow (Frederick von) 

Noctuene in a flat ; by Thos. F. Dun- 
hill, of England, op. 46, no. 4 ; piano. 

[3221 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 367995; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Noel en Picaedie; esquisse sympho- 
nique, musique de Jacques Ibert, of 
France ; piano. [3222 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367990; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Noea daeling if you will only maeey 

me ; words and music by J. W. Dick, 

of U. S. [3223 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378462; 

John W. Dick, New York. 

Norma. See Bellini (Vincenzo) 

Now the day is over; three-part an- 
them, words by S. Baring-Gould, 
music by Patty Stair, of U. S. ; 
women's or children's voices, a 
capella. [3224 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378467; Huntzinger & Dil- 
worth, New York. 

Nu beistee i alle de kl0ftee; ord af 
Viggo Stuckenberg, musik af Carl U. 
Simonsen, of Denmark. (3 sange, 
no, 2.) [3225 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 
E 369611; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 



Nueseey ehyme. See Lyric pieces, 
no. 2. 



O blest Creator ; words from the 
Bible, music by Ernst Bial, of U. S. 

[3226 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 378497; 
Maxwell & Bial, New York. 

O brightness of the Immortal Fa- 
ther's face; three-part sacred song, 
words translated by E. W. Eddie, 
music by Herbert Ralph Ward, of 
U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. [3227 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378471; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. 

O, du Guds Lam (Agnus Dei) ; tekst 
af N. T. S. Grundtvig, musik af O. 
E. Thuner, of Denmark. (Tre re- 
ligi0se sange, no. 1.) [3228 

© Dec. 20, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916; 
E 369619; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

O esca viatoeum ; blessed sacrament, 
by P. F. del Campiglio, of U. S., 
mixed voices with sop. or ten. solo 
and organ ace, key of G. (Gordon's 
octavo Catholic music, series 2.) 

[3229 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377758 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

O GIVE THANKS UNTO THE LOED ; WOrdS 

from Psalm 105, music by M. L. 
McPhail, of U. S. [3230 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378422 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

O God, the Rock of Ages; words by 
E. H. Bickersteth, music by R. W. 
Lerman, of U. S. [3231 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378430 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

O Jesu, I have peomised; words by 
John E. Bode, music by Bruce 
Steane, of Great Britain; medium 
voice in E flat, with violin obbl. 

[3232 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 : 
E 3S0005 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

O Loed, how manifold aee Thy 
woeks ; anthem for Thanksgiving or 
general use, music by Edwin Hail 
Pierce; mixed voices and piano ace. 
4to. [3233 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378377; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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3249 



O LOVE THAT WILT NOT LET ME GO; 

words by George Matheson, music 
by Nellie Shorthill-Bradshaw, of 
U. S. [3234 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378441 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 
O salutaeis ; arr. by Eduardo Marzo, 
of U. S., music by Jeau-Baptiste 
Faure; one or two voices (ad lib.) 
4to. (Catholic choir music, no. 
12,826.) [3235 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377665 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
O saltjtakis hostia ; English text by 
Alice Mattullath, freely adapted to 
a melody by Louis Couperin, by 
Fritz Kreisler, of Austria-Hungary, 
domiciled at New York ; high voice 
in B flat. (Two sacred songs, with 
Latin and English text, no. 2.) 

[3236 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377949; Carl Fischer, New York. 
O sanctissima; English text by Alice 
Mattullath, freely adapted to a mel- 
ody by Arcangelo Corelli, by Fritz 
Kreisler, of Austria-Hungary, domi- 
ciled at New York ; high voice in E 
minor. (Two sacred songs with 
Latin and English text, no. 1 ) [3237 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377948; Carl Fischer, New York. 
O taste and see how geacious is the 
Loed ; words from Psalm xxxiv., mu- 
sic by Nikolsky, edited and adapted 
to text by A. M. Henderson, of Scot- 
land; mixed voices. 4to. (Choral 
album, no. 1242.) [3238 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380069 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow, Scotland. 
O woeship the loed; words from 
Psalm 96 : 9-13, music bv M. L. Mc- 
phail, of U. S. [3239 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378448 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 
O Zion, haste ; words by M. A. Thom- 
son, music by George S. Schuler, of 
U. S. [3240 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378419 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 
Oaken leaves ; to the tune of Milk 
maids' bob, music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 7) [3241 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 369787 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



Obeeon; barcarolle from opera by 
Carl Maria von Weber, arr. by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; piano. [3242 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 378172 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Ocean (The) of deeams ; from the 
comic opera, The road to Mandalay, 
lyric by William McKenna, music by 
Oreste Vessella, of Italy. [3243 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369845 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Ocean waltz ; by T. M. Kratt, of 

U. S. ; piano. [3244 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916 ; E 378512 ; Theodore M. Kratt, 

McMinnville, Or. 

Offenbach (Jacques) Valse arietta ; 
from Madame Favart, opera by J. 
Offenbach, arr. by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; piano. [3245 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 378175 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

OH ! COME TO THE HEART THAT IS WAIT- 
ING foe you ; words by Mrs. C. Fos- 
ter, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[3246 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377862; 

Mrs. Clarence Foster, Lansing, Mich. 

Oh deae what can the matteb be; 
words by Jessica Moore, music by 
Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; vocal or in- 
strumental. (Sounds from the play 
room) [3247 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378378; Theo. Pressor co., 
Philadelphia. 

Oh, have you been to Tieed Town. 
See Wilkinson (G. Jerrard) Four 
songs about children, no. 1. 

Oh Joe with youe fiddle and bow, 
you went and stole my heart 
away; words by William Tracy, 
music by Walter Donaldson, of 
U. S. [3248 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377830; 
Broadway music corp., New York. 

Oh ! Me. Moon Man ! words by Ann 
Weldon, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [3249 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377860; 
Ann Sheldon, Austin, Tex. 



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Oh! my sweet eose of love; words 
by John F. Ryan, music by E. Mar- 
tucci, of Italy, domiciled at Cleve- 
land, O. [3250 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377489; Emilio Martucci, Cleve- 
land. 

Oh oaken leaf (Listecku dubovy) ; 
waltz arr. by Louis Vitak, of U. S. ; 
concertina; orch. key. [3251 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377421; Georgi and Vitak music 
co., Chicago. 

Oh promise me that you'll come 
back to Alabam ; words by Edgar 
Leslie, music by Geo. W. Meyer. 

[3252 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 

1916; E 378341; Kalmar, Puck & 

Abrahams, consolidated, inc., Mew 

York. 

Oh, the music is sublime ; song from 
the operetta, Princess Tra-la-la, 
words by Matthew Woodward, music 
by Josef Lanner, of Austria. [3253 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 369838; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Oh, to be in England ; and, The year's 
at the spring, poems by Robert 
Browning, music by May H. Brahe, 
of England; no. 1, medium voice. 

[3254 
© Dec. 10, 1915 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369832 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

Oh, Uncle Sammy; words and music 
by J. H. McDonald, of U. S. 

[3255 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378313; 
John H. McDonald, Fulton, Mo. 

Oh you cuddlesome giel; words and 
music by J. P. Long, and Maurice 
Scott, of England. [3256 

© Mar. 6, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916; 
E 369823 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

Oj nasza kasia; oberek by Mike 

Paholski, of U. S., concertina. [3257 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 

E 377418; Georgi and Vitak music 

co., Chicago. 

Ojos Ceiollos (Les yeux Creoles) ; by 
L. M. Gottschalk, caprice brillant, 
arr. by Alfred J. Silver, of England; 
piano trio. [3258 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 369668; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 



Old Beelin ; march by Franz von Blon, 
arr. by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; full 
orchestra. 4to. [3259 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378275; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Old giel ; words by F. L. Mason, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[3260 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378322 
Frank Luke Mason, Allentown, Pa. 

Old (The) home town; march by L. 
Weber, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas 
City, Weber brothers. [3261 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377642 ; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kan. 

Old man Methusalah ; song from So 
long, Letty, words and music by 
Earl Carroll, of U. S. [3262 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 377744 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Old (The) oaken bucket; part sonj 
music arr. by Howard K. Gery, of 
U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. [3263 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378379; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Old (An) peint. See Retrospections. 

Old (The) spinnet. See Retrospec- 
tions. 

Old U. S. A. is good enough foe me; 

words by G. D. Jones, music by J. 

E. Andino, of U. S. [3264 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378319; 

Geo. D. Jones, Springville, N. Y. 

Olleeenshaw (T. R. ) Four short holi- 
day pieces; by T. R. Ollerenshaw, 
of Great Britain; pianoforte. Con- 
tents. — 1. School chums. — 2. A fairy 
story. — 3. Swing song. — 4. Graceful 
dance. [3265 

© Jan. 27, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367967; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

On Eein's geeen isle whebe the 
shamrock geows; words by Kalten 
Hauser, music by Geo. A. Reeg., jr., 
of U. S. [3266 

© Feb. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377352; Volkwein bros., Pitts- 
burgh. 



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On my coaster; an action song for 
children, words by E. F. E. Lamb, 
music by T. G. Lamb, of Great Brit- 
ain. [3267 
© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369700; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

On the beach at Coney Island; 

words and music by H. Morse, of 

U. S. [3268 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 378611 ; Henry Morse, New York. 

On the early morning flyer to Sa- 
vannah; words by D. J. McGeehan, 
music by Robert Van Sickle, of U. S. 

[3269 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 13, 
1916; E 378555; Daniel J. McGee- 
nan, Nanticoke, Pa. 

On the Hoko Moko Isle; words by 
Lou Klein, music by Harry Von Til- 
zer, of U. S. [3270 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378490; Harry Von Tilzer 
music pub. co., New York. 

On the ice; march-two-step by H. D. 

Luban, of U. S., arr. by George Trink- 

aus, of U. S. ; piano. [3271 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378565; 

Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 

On the road to happiness ; words by 
Alex Gerber, music by Albert Von 
Tilzer, of U. S. [3272 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378549; Broadway music 
Corp., New York. 

One (The) hit march; by J. A. 

Brown, of U. S., arr. by Will Still, 

of U. S. ; piano. [3273 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377700; 

James A. Brown, Columbus, O. 

Only a bum ; words by D. Voland, mu- 
sic by J. A. Andino, of U. S. [3274 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377848; 
Darley Voland, West Pittsburg, Pa. 

Only a dad but the best of men ; 
words and music by William H. Per- 
rins, of U. S. [3275 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 377500 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

Only a face in the firelight ; words 

by F. H. Gillespie, music by Everett 

J. Evans, of U. S. [3276 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377846; 

Frank H. Gillespie, Pittsburg. 



Onward Christian soldiers ; anthem 
for processional or general use, mu- 
sic by A. U. Brander, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. [3277 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378380; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

OOP, LADS AT THE FRONT ; Scotch SOllg 

and chorus, words and music by 
Jimmie Boyd, of Scotland, domiciled 
in Providence, R. I. [3278 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 378468; George Pritchard, 
Providence, R. I. 

Open wide the temple portals ; an- 
them with solo, words and music by 
H. Simmons, of U. S. 8vo. [3279 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377467; Hiram Simmons, 
Portsmouth, Va. 

Orfeo; fable musicale, de Claudio 
Monteverdi, reconstitution d'apres 
1'eYlition originale, traduction en 
francais, realization de la basse con- 
tinue nuances et signes d'execution, 
par V. d'Indy, of France; partition 
d'orchestre avec texte, Italien et 
Frangais. [3280 

© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367986; Vincent d'Indy, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
constituted edition.] 

Organ-grinder (The) ; by Platon 
Brounoff, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[3281 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378242; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Oriental fantasy; intermezzo by 

Pierre Renard, of U. S. ; pf. [3282 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378243; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Original (The) chateau; three step 
by William Donaldson, of U. S. ; 
piano. [3283 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 12, 
1916 ; E 377499 ; F. B. Haviland pub. 
co., inc., New York. 

Original Peau Rouge; intermezzo 
caracteristique, par G. Bonincontre, 
of France; orchestre. 4to. [3284 
© Jan. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 367983; Paul Decourceile, 
Nice, France. 



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Oeleans baffled; music arr. by Cecil 
J. Sharp, of England ; piano. 
(Country dance tunes, set 7) [3285 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369806; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Orn stein (Leo) Nine miniatures; by 

L. Ornstein, of Russia, domiciled in 

New York; piano solo. [3286 

© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 

E 378271 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Our boy scouts ; march by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; one or two violins 
with piano ace. [3287 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378244; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Our country first; march by M. Von 

Unschuld, of U. S. ; piano. [3288 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 378609 ; Marie von Unschuld-Laz- 

ard, Washington. 

Our Father which art in heaven ; 
music by Arensky, edited and adapt- 
ed by A. M. Henderson, of Scotland ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Choral album, 
no. 1241.) [3289 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 380070 ; Bay ley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow, Scotland. 

Our flag unfurled ; words and music 
by F. J. Eddy, of U. S. 4 p. folder. 

[3290 

© Feb. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1916 ; 

E 377591 ; F. J. Eddy, Van Nuys, Cal. 

Our Mooseheart; song by W. S. 
Boate, of U. S. 4to. [3291 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 378610; William S. Boate, Ports- 
mouth, N. H. 

Over the billows ; variations, by 

Viola Allen, of U. S. ; piano. [3292 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 

E 377705; A. W. Perry's sons, Se- 

dalia, Mo. 

Over the deep white snow ; Russian 
sleigh song, words by Looe East, 
music by Wellington Rawlings, of 
England ; no. 2 in B fiat. [3293 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 369687; Gould & co., Lon- 
don. 

Over the Rocky Mountains in a 

little western town ; words and 

music by S. Massell, of U. S. [3294 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378191; 

Samuel A. Massell, Baldwin, N. Y. 



Over the stars ; words by T. T. Bar- 
ker, music by Franz Abt, arr. by 
Chas H. Gabriel, of U. S. [3295 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 377521 ; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Ozark (The) hills; words and music 
by M. Hilburn, of U. S. [3296 

© 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916; E 377625 
May Hilburn, Webb City, Mo. 

Pan-American hymn (Himno Pan- 
Americano) ; words by Eduardo Poi- 
rier, English translation by William 
R. Shepherd, music by E. Soro, of 
Chile. [3297 

© Dec. 25, 1914; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369738; Enrique Soro, San- 
tiago, Chile. 

Panis angelicus ; arr. by Eduardo 
Marzo, of U. S., music by Theodore 
Dubois ; solo with chorus ad libitum 
for two or four voices. 4to. (Cath- 
olic choir music, no. 12,820.) 

[3298 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377664 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Papers, papers ; song from the oper- 
etta, Princess Tra-la-la, words by 
Matthew Woodward, music by Ed- 
mund Eysler, of Austria. [3299 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 369S39; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Passa la ronda; pezzo caratteristico, 

di Gabriele Petruzzelli, of Italy, per 

banda; partitura. [3300 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380056 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Passing (The) of summer; by Arthur 
Hinton, of England, domiciled at 
New York, N. Y. ; piano. (A summer 
pilgrimage in the White Mountains, 
no. 6.) [3301 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369748; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Passing (The) of the classes ; march 
by D. R. Bassett, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3302 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377S20; 
Duane R. Bassett, Benningston, Vt. 

Passion (La) ; Parisian fox-tango, by 
Clarence M. Jones, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3303 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378475; Frank K. Root & 
co., Chicago. 



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3320 



Path of gold; rondo facile by E. S. 

Phelps, of U. S. ; piano. [3304 

© Jan. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1916; E 377671; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Peek-a-boo dance; by Myron Ester- 
brook, of Germany, op. 9; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 8.) [3305 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 3S0088; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Peerless beginner's orchestra al- 
bum ; arr. by Paul De Ville, of U. S. ; 
full mandolin orchestra. 4to. [3306 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1915; E 378276; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Pensee musicale; by Catherine V. 
Duckett, of U. S. ; fingered and an- 
notated by J. Frank Leve, of U. S. ; 
piano solo. [3307 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377772 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Pensive mood. See Vignettes. 

Perfect (A) day; waltz by C. Jacobs- 
Bond, of U. S. [3308 
© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377395 ; Carrie Jacobs-Bond & son, 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Perfect peace ; hymn, music by George 
S. Schuler, of U. S. [3309 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378413 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Perpetual motion ; by M. Greenwald, 

of U. S. ; violin and piano. [3310 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378245; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Pert (The) east- wind ; song from 
King Sol in Flowerland, no. 16, a 
pageant cantata, words by E. M. C. 
Barnes, music by Ruth Antoinette 
Nutter, of U. S. [3311 

© Nov. 19, 1915; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
1915; E 378354; Edwin Ninyon 
Chaloner Barnes, Central Falls, R. I. 

Peter Pan ; waltz by James W. Con- 
rad, of U. S. ; piano. Brooklyn, 
Chas. R. Lace and son. (Choice 
piano compositions, no. 9) [3312 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377586; Thos. J. Lace, 
Brooklyn. 



Petite berceuse; by Eduard Schiitte, 
of Austria ; piano. [3313 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380045; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Petite (Une) histoire (A wee story) ; 
by V. B. Carrington, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3314 
© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 378551; 
Virginia Bartholomew Carrington, 
Bristol, Conn. 

Pianostycken ; av Emil Sjogren, of 
Sweden, ljittare sattning for piano 
av Per Winge, of Norway. Con- 
tents : — 1. Erotikon, op. 10, no. 4. — 

2. Morgonvandring, op. 15, no. 1. — 

3. Stamningar, op. 20, no. 3. — 4. 
Stamningar, op. 20, no. 4. [3315 

© Dec. 30, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 25, 1916 ; 
E 380003; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 

Pickaninnies pastime ; by Abbie M. 
Crandall Bachmann, of U. S., piano. 

[3316 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378193 ; A. M. C. Bachmann, Syra- 
cuse, N. Y. 

Picking up sticks ; to the tune of La- 
vena, music arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, 
of England; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set 7.) [3317 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 369793; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Picture (The) on tfie wall; words 

by E. Schuemann, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3318 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377861; 

Erich Schuemann, Milwaukee. 

Piekna polka; by A. Bielech, arr. by 
H. Schuckert, of U. S. ; concertina. 

[3319 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916; 
E 377417; Georgi and Vitak music 
co., Chicago. 

Pilgrim (The) and the winds; a 
meditation, words by Emil F. Lund- 
strom, music by Alfred G. Wathall, 
of U. S. ; chorus for male and mixed 
voices, with piano or organ ace. ; 
vocal score. 4to. [3320 

© Feb. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1916 ; 
E 378477; H. W. Gray co.. New 
York. 



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3321 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Pilgrim (The) way; words by 
Thomas Tiplady, music by Fred. W. 
Peace, of England. (Anniversary 
hymns, no. 83.) [3321 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 367968 ; Bayley & Ferguson, Glas- 
gow. 

Piper (The). See Bidder (Helen) 
Five country dances, no. 4. 

Pity me, please; from See America 
first, words and music by T. Lawra- 
son Riggs and Cole Porter, of U. S. 

[3322 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 377725 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Playing hop-scotch ; by Marie Crosby, 
of U. S., op. 32; piano. (Character- 
istic pieces for young pianists, no. 
6.) [3323 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1916 ; 
E 377622 ; Hatch music co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Playtime dance; by Charles Gregory, 

of Great Britain ; piano. [3324 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1916 ; 

E 369741; Alfred Lengnick & co., 

London. - 

Poet and peasant ; overture by F. von 
Suppe, arr. by G. E. Holmes, of 
U. S. ; saxaphone quartette. [3325 
© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 377812; C. L. Barnhouse, 
Oskaloosa, la. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Poilu (Le) ; comedie-operette en deux 
actes, paroles cle Maurice Hennequin 
et Pierre Veber, musique de H. 
Maurice Jacquet, of France ; parti- 
tion complete pour piano et chant. 

[3326 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 

1916 ; E 369707 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Polish hearts ; mazurka by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; 2 violins and piano. 
(The two violinists, no. 5.) [3327 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378381; Theo. Pressor co., 
Philadelphia. 

Polka serenade; duet or two-part 
chorus, music by August Schaifer, 
arr. by Wm. Dressier, of U. S., sop. 
and alto. 4to. [3328 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378382; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Coypright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Pom Pom ; selection by Hugo Felix, of 
U. S., arr. by Chas. N. Grant, of 
U. S. ; piano. [3329 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378456; T. B. Harmes & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Pool's hole; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [3330 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369783; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Poor. See City of joy. 

Poprogio polka ; arr. by Toni Budnik, 

of U. S. ; concertina. [3331 

© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 

E 377415; Georgi and Vitak music 

co., Chicago. 

Poszlabym ja na kraj swiata ; slowa 

Marya Konopnickiej, opracowal A. 

Jax, of U. S. [3332 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377486 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Powder and perfume; fox trot, by J. 
Frank Devine, of U. S., arr. by Her- 
man Friedrich, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[3333 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377690 ; Walter Jacobs, Boston. 

Praise Him forevermore; author un- 
known, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [3334 

© Feb. 14. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377528; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Praise, O Zion, God thy Lord (Lobe, 
Zion, deinen Gott) ; words by W. 
Burhenn, English words by J. T. 
Mueller, music by E. Beyer, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Sela collection, 
no. 3043) [3335 

© Feb. 1, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916; 
E 377480; Antigo pub. co., Antigo, 
Wis. 

Praise the Lord ; hymn, music by 
Allen, arr. by G. M. Evans, of U. S. 

[3336 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378438 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Praise tlie Lord and call upon His 
name ; words from the Bible, music 
by M. L. McPhail, of U. S. [3337 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378442 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 



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no. 3, 1916 



3355 



Praise ye. 8ee Verdi (Giuseppe) 

words from Psalm III, music by 

R. L. Blowers, of U. S. [3338 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378431 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

words from Psalm III., music bv 

M. L. McPhail, of U. S. [3339 

© Feb. 17. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378415 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Prayer (A) for light; words by 

M. E. Buhler, music by A. Pestel, 

of U. S. [3340 

© 1 c. Jan. 21, 1916; E 377630; 

Arthur Pestel, New York. 

Prayer (A) for the warring na- 
tions ; words by Minnie B. Allyn, 
music by Carl Seyb, pseud, for 
Floda Fisher, of U. S., arr. by M. B. 
Allyn, of U. S. [3341 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377715; 
Minnie B. Allyn, Sharon, Ga. 

Prayer (The) perfect; song melody 
by E. J. Stenson, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3342 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377634; 
Ervine J. Stenson, New York. 

Preludes. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Prepare; words and music by A. A. 

Fisher, of U. S.. arr. by [Win. J. 

Quinn] U. S. [3343 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 377735; 

Albert A. Fisher, Portland, Ore. 

Preparedness ; patriotic musical 
sketch, for chorus and orch., music 
by G. E. Conterno, of U. S. ; piano 
ace. directors part. [3344 

© 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916; E 377626; 
Giovanni E. Conterno, Brooklyn. 

j words by F. W. Flude, music by 

L. Michalowski, of U. S. [3345 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378463; 
Louis Michalowski and F. W. Flude, 
East Vandergrift, Pa. 

Pretty little Mayflower girl; from 
Robinson Crusoe, jr., words by Har- 
old Atteridsre, music by James F. 
Hanley, of U. S. [3346 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377685 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Pretty please; words by Jack Ma- 
honey, music by Harry Yon Tilzer, 
of U. S. [3347 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 378492; Harry Yon Tilzer music 
pub. co., New York. 



Pride (The) of race; by George Spink 
and Silvio Hem, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3348 
© Feb. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; 
E 378315; T. B. Harms & Francis, 
Day & Hunter, New York. 

Primary (The) selections, no. 4; 
words and music by D. Mansfield, of 
U. S. ; voice & piano. [3349 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 15, 1916 ; 
E 377537; Dudley Mansfield, New 
York. 

Prince Rupert's march; music arr. 
by Cecil J. Sharp, of England ; pi- 
ano. (Country dance tunes, set 7.) 

[3350 
© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 369798; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Princess (The) Pat; march and one 
step, music by Victor Herbert, arr. 
by Harold Sanford, of U. S. ; full 
orch. [3351 

© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377781 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

selection, music by Victor Her- 
bert, arr. by Harold Sanford, of 
U. S. ; full military band. [3352 
© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377777 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



full orchestra. 



[3353 



© Nov. 8, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377788 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

waltzes, music by Victor Herbert, 

arr. by Harold Sanford, of U. S. ; 
full orch. 4to. [3354 

© Nov. 26, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377782 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Princess Rose Leaf; rondo by E. H. 
Bailey, op. 77, revised by Josef 
Franzt [pseud, of H. L. Heartz] of 
U. S. ; piano. (Young students' first 
recreations, no. 6.) [3355 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 377740; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 



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3356 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Pkincipia hymn; words by Adelaide 
Obear Fill, music by Winnifred 
Andrews Hubbel, of U. S. [3356 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378202 ; Principia parents' associa- 
tion, St. Louis. 

Peinsens frieri ; ur pantomimbaletten, 
Per svinaherde, av Kurt Atterberg, 
of Sweden, op. 9, no. 4; piano. 

[3357 
© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
191.6; E 369625; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 

Priscilla; valse by M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; one or two violins with piano 
ace. [3358 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378246; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Prithee, come crusading with me; 
from. See America first, words and 
music by T. Lawrason Riggs and 
Cole Porter, of U. S. [3359 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377683; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Progressive melodies and pieces for 
beginners ; by Mrs. A. M. Virgil, of 
U. S. op. 71, book 1. New York, 
The Virgil piano school co. [1916] 
fol. [3360 

© Jan. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan 20, 1916 ; 
A 425089; Mrs. A. M. Virgil, New 
York. 

Promise (The) ; words by Charlotte 

G. Homer, music by C. H. Gabriel, of 

U. S. [3361 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377449 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

PSALMI IN NOTIS PRO OFFICIIS HEBDO- 
MADS sancts. New York, Birming- 
ham, England, J. Fischer & bro., 
1916. 127 p. 16mo. (Fischer ed., 
no. 4000) [3362 

© Jan. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff . Jan. 
19, 1916; A 420421; J. Fischer & 
bro., New York. 

Pure gold is my security; trio from 
the operetta, Princess Tra-la-la, 
words by Matthew Woodward, music 
by Leo Ascher, of Austria. [3363 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 369840; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

Purity must reign ; words by E. 
Peters, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [3364 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377594; 
Effie Peters, Chicago. 



Put on thy smock on a Monday ; 
music arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of 
England; piano. (Country dance 
tunes, set 7.) [3365 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369785; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Put thy trust in God ; anthem, words 
from Psalm XIII, music bv Homer 
N. Bartlett, of U. S., op. 261, no. 1 ; 
mixed voices with baritone or alto 
solo. (G. Schirmer's octavo church 
music, no. 6433.) [3366 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377531; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Pygmees (Les) ; nouvelle danse de 
VinCenzo Billi, op. 289, arr. par E. 
Tavan, of France; orchestre, avec 
piano-conducteur. 4to. [3367 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380057 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Queen City of bright lights ; the 
booster song of Denver, words by 
Theo. H. Northrup, music by V. C. 
S. McManis, of U. S. [3368 

© 1 c. Jao. 24, 1916; E 377510; 
Viola C. Snider McManis, Masters, 
Colo. 

Question ; by Alice Smythe Jay, of 

U. S. ; piano. [3369 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 377896; 

Alice Smythe Burton Jay, Los 

Gatos, Cal. 

Quiet hour ; tone picture, by Sigmund 

Herzog, of U. S. ; piano. (Al fresco, 

no. 1.) [3370 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 

E 377796; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Rabboni! sacred song, words and 
music by R. C. Barker, of U. S. ; 
medium voice. [3371 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377903; Robert Collyer Barker, 
Chicago. 

Radiant; overture by W. H. Kiefer, 

of U. S. ; band. 4to. [3372 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 377805; C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, la. 

Rag (The) time skating girl; words 
and music by S. Downing, of U. S. 

[3373 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378466; 
Sam Downing, New York. 



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3390 



Raindrops; -words and music by B. 
Consuelo Cook, of U. S. (In Child- 
hood days) [3374 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377475 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Raise youe caps to the soldiers 
marching by; words by Eilish 
O'Neil, music by S. J. Hamill, of 
England. [3375 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 369610; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Rataplan, rataplan. See Donizetti 
(Gaetano) 

Recess; march two step by Harry F. 

Lincoln, of U. S. ; piano. [3376 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 

1916; E 377825; Vandersloot music 

pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Red (The) roofs of Bendon ; words 
by Ed. Teschemacher, music by Per- 
cy Elliott, of Great Britain; no. 1 
in D. [3377 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; 
E 369678 ; Leonard & co., London. 

Reflections of a penny; words by 
Valentine, music by T. C. Stern- 
dale-Bennett, of Great Britain ; reci- 
tation with piano ace. (Musical 
monologues, no. 144.) [3378 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 369689 ; Reynolds & co., Lon- 
don. 

Regimental song. See Berlioz (H. L.) 

Regina coeli, laetare ; by Chas. Men- 
sik, of U. S. ; mixed voices with sop. 
and alto duet in D fiat. 4to. (Gor- 
don's octave Catholic music, series 3) 

[3379 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377760 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

vesper, by P. F. del Campiglio, of 

U. S. ; mixed voices with sop. and 
alto duet, in F. (Gordon's octave 
Catholic music, series 3.) [3380 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377761 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Rejoice and sing with gladness (Er- 
tonet frohe psalmen) ; trio, arr. by 
E. Stern, of U. S. ; treble voices. 

[3381 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377484; Antigo pub. co., Antigo, 
Wis. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



Rejoice, the Lord is King ; words by 
Charles Wesley, music by Arthur W. 
Nelson, of U. S. [3382 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378418 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Remember I love you ; words by Mrs. 

H. S. Russell, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [3383 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916 ; E 377608 ; Mrs. 

H. S. Russell, Ann Arbor. 

Remembered (The) dream; words and 
music by A. H. Edwards, of U. S. 

[3384 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377841; 

Ariadne Holmes Edwards, New York. 

Requiescat; poem by Charles Far- 
well Edson, music by Charles Wake- 
field Cadman, of U. S., op. 60 ; high 
voice and piano. (Three songs from 
the West, no. 3.) [3385 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; 
E 378348; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Resurrection. See Liszt (Franz). 

Resurrection dawn ; an Easter ser- 
vice. Svo. [3386 
© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 18, 1916 ; 
A 425511 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Retrospections ; by Bainbridge Crist, 
of U. S. ; piano. Contents :— 1. The 
old spinnet. 2. An old print. 3. 
Child faces. 4. Intimite. 5. Reverie. 

[3387 

© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378294 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Reveil (Le) des Francs; grande 

ouverture, par A. Lebert, of France, 

op. 340; orchestre. 4to. [3388 

© Jan. 22, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 12, 1916 ; 

E 367982 ; A. Lebert, Paris. 

Revelry; overture by Fred Jewell, of 

U. S. ; band. 4to. [3389 

© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 

E 377806; C. L. Barnhouse, Oska- 

loosa, Iowa. 

Reverie; At Sunset Hill, by Arthur 
Hinton, of England, domiciled at 
New York, N. Y. ; pian®. (A sum- 
mer pilgrimage in the White Moun- 
tains, no. 4.) [3390 
© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369746; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 



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Reverie— Continued. 

by R. L. Woodward, of U. S. ; 

piano. [3391 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 

E 377498; Ruth L. Woodward, San 

Francisco. 

See also Moore (Graham P.) Six 

lyric pieces. — Retrospections. 

Reverie heubeuse ; romance par Hol- 
ger Prehn, of Denmark, op. 4; edi- 
tion pour violoncelle et piano. [3392 
© Dec. 20. 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 369620; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Reves d'Arcadie (Dreams of Arcadia) ; 
melodic pastorale, par Jules Devaux, 
of Great Britain, op. 27; piano. 

[3393 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380089; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Ricordi d'infanzia; versi di Arturo 

Franci, musica di Ugo Lacehini, of 

Italy ; canto e pianoforte. [3394 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380058 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Ring (A) off; words by C. T. Talbert, 
music by Carl Muehling [pseud, of 
Ethel Fisher], of U. S., arr. by C. T. 
Talbert, of U. S. [3395 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 378530; 
Clarence T. Talbert, Edgefield, S. C. 

Riverside bells ; waltz by Frank W. 

McKee, of U. S. ; piano. [3396 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 29, 1916 ; 

E 377831; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 

New York. 

Road (The) to Mandalay; song from 
the comic opera, The road to Manda- 
lay, lyric by Jack Appleton, music 
by Oreste Vessella, of Italy. [3397 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369846 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 

Robin Adair; words by C. Keppel, mu- 
sic by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; pf. 
with words ad lib. [3398 

© Feb. 17. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378247; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Robinson Crusoe ; from the extrava- 
ganza Robinson Crusoe, jr., lyrics by 
Harold Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg, of Austria, domiciled at 
New York, and James F. Hanley, of 
U. S. [3399 

© Feb. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377430 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

21Q 



Rock of ages ; hymn, music by M. L, 
McPhail, of U. S. [3400 1 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 378408 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Rode (Pierre) 24 caprices; par P. 
Rode, revision par A. Geloso, of 
Spain ; violon solo. [3401 

© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; 
E 369711; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Romance; By the Ammonoosuc, by 
Arthur Hinton, of England, domi- 
ciled at New York, N. Y. ; piano. 
(A summer pilgrimage in the White 
Mountains, no. 1.) [3402 

© Feb. 28, 1916 : 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 369743 ; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

See also Schumann (R. A.) Car- 
naval de Vienne, no. 2. 

Romance in the air; words and mu- 
sic by M. E. Calbreath, of U. S. 

[3403 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377644; 
Mary Evelene Calbreath, New York. 

Romance-melodique ; by Louis Victor 
Saar, of U. S., op. 78; violin and 
piano. [3404 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378291; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Roofgarden (The) See City of joy. 

Rosa, my little sweet Italian girl; 
words and music by Max Arm- 
strong, Louis Strong and Haven Gil- 
lespie, of U. S., arr. by Lloyd Kid- 
well, of U. S. , [3405 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377701; Heuck pub. co., 
Cincinnati. 

Rosalind ; ballade, by Hubert Bath, of 
England; piano. (Two Shakespeare 
pieces, no. 1.) [3406 

© Jan. 26, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 12, 
1916; E 3679S0; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 

Rose of dreamland ; words and music 
by Dougan & Dougan, of Canada. 

[3407 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369667; Cyrus I. Dougan & Wil- 
son T. Dougan, Cobble Hill, B. C, 
Canada. 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 3. 1916 



3425 



ROSE OF THE MOENING, AND THESE' S 

only one England ; music by Haydn 
Wood and F. S. Breville-Smith, of 
Great Britain ; string orchestra with 
organ. [3408 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369661 ; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement. ] 

Rose petals (Rosenblaettee) ; by Leo 
Oehmler, of U. S., op. 212 ; piano. 

[3409 
© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377672; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

ROSEMAEY, THAT'S FOE EEMEMBEANCE ; 

by Edward Elgar, arr. by J. Louis 
von der Mehden, jr., of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [3410 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377463; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 

Boseenes i.egende ; ord af Hans Ahl- 
mann, inusik af Carl U. Simonsen, 
of Denmark. (3 sange, no. 1. ) [3411 
© Dec. 3. 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30. 1915 ; 
E 369613; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Roses ; waltz song by H. W. Petrie, 
of U. S. [3412 

© Feb. 17. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378248; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Roses and veemoeies ; melody by N. 
Spector, of U. S. ; piano. New York. 
Regent music pub. co. [3413 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377365 ; Nathan Spector, New 
York. 

IfcosES (The) have nothing on you; 
words by Ernest B. Orne, music by 
Howard T. Googins, of U. S. Port- 
land, Me., The Orne pub. co. [3414 
© Feb. 23, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 26, 
191-6; E 378543; E. B. Orne, Port- 
land, Me. 

Royal funeral march ; by Alice 

Smythe Jay, of IT. S. ; piano. [3415 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 377897; 

Alice Smythe Burton Jay, Los Gatos, 

Cal. 

Roystee Doystee; words by Nicholas 

Udall, music by Herbert Matheson, 

of England, no. 1 in A flat. [3416 

© Feb. 11, 1916 : 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 

E 369833 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

no. 2 in B flat. [3417 

© Feb. 11. 1916; 1 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 369673 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 



Russia. See Anthems of the allies. 

Rustic song. See Moore (Graham 
P. ) Six lyric pieces, no. 2. 

Saceed bounds and canons ; ed. by 
G. Von Hoist, of England; three, 
four, five and eight voices. Third 
set. 4to. (Part song, no. 85) [3418 
© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 380010; Gustav Von Hoist, Lon- 
don. 

Saceifice (The) to the Nile; an his- 
torical romance, words and music by 
E. B. Eldred, of U. S. [3419 

© 1 c. Mar. 15. 1916; D 19663; 
Eva Baur Eldred, Covina, Cal. 

Safe in the fold ; anthem, words by 
John Davidson, music by Simpson- 
Williams, of U. S. ; solo duett and 
chorus, organ ace. 4to. (Choir 
music, no. 20) [3420 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378571 ; Robin Ellis, New York. 

Safety ftest ; march and two step, by 
S. G. Kahn. of U. S. ; for string in- 
strument. 8vo. [3421 
© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916; E 377553; 
Samuel George Kahn, New York. 

Sailoe (A) dance. See Dunhill (T. F.) 
Three short dances, no. 2. 

St. Allan's ehythm book ; words and 
music by Anna Goedhart, of U. S. 

[3422 
© Jan. 17, 1916; 2 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; A 417907; R. Svehla, Cleve- 
land. 

St. Geoege foe meeey England ; words 
and music by M. Newland, of U. S., 
arr. by Violet W. Rucker, of U. S. 

[3423 
© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 378559; Martha Newland, Oak- 
land, Cal. 

Saint-Saens (Charles Camille) Laud- 
ate; coeur, musique de C. Saint- 
Saens, of France, pour deux voix 
egales, avec ace. d'orgue. [3424 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369724; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Salve eegina; ed. by Eduardo Marzo, 
of U. S., music by Luigi Bordese ; 
two-part chorus of women's voices. 
4to. (Catholic choir music, no. 
12,793. [3425 

© Feb. 9, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377661; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 



34124—16- 



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Sanctus. See Gounod (C. F.) 

Savioue, Thy children keep ; evening 
hymn anthem, words by Robt. 
Steele, music by J. Edwin Allemong. 
of U. S., op. 124 ; 4to. [3426 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377651 ; Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 

Scale study. See Graham (Jasper) 
Six sight-reading studies, no. 3. 

Scenes that are brightest ; from the 
opera Maritana, by Vincent Wallace, 
arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. [3427 

© Feb. 14. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 378173 ; Century music pub. 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Scent (The) or Irish flowers; 
words by Edward Lockton, music by 
Charles Willeby, of Great Britain: 
no. 1 in E flat. [3428 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 369735; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Scherzino. See Schumann (R. A.) 
Carnaval de Vienne, no. 3. — Vig- 
nettes. 

Scherzo in e min. See Five musical 
novelties, no. 4. 

School chums. See Ollerenshaw (T. 
R. ) Four short holiday pieces, no. 1. 

Schumann (Robert Alexander) Auf- 
trage ; lied von R. Schumann, gesetzt 
von Michael Zadora, of U. S. ; 
klavier. [3429 

© Sept. 30, 1916; 1 c. Jan. 21, 
1916; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377899; 
Norsk musikforlag, Kristiania, Nor- 
way. 

Carnaval; par R. Schumann, op. 

9, revision par Gabriel Faure, of 
France, oeuvres completes pour 
piano, nos. 1-20. [3430 

© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 369709; Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 

Carnaval de Vienne ; par R. Schu- 
mann, op. 26, revision par Gabriel 
Faure, of France ; oeuvres completes 
pour piano. Contents : — Allegro. — 
Romance. — Scherzino. — Intermez- 
zo.— Finale. [3431 
© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 369710: Durand et cie., Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision.] 



Schumann ( Robert Alexander) — Con. 

Complete works for the piano- 
forte ; intermezzi by R. Schumann, 
op. 4, critically rev. and fingered by 
Max Vogrich, of Austria, domiciled 
at New York. (Library of musical 
classics, v. 1166) [3432 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378568; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on revision 
and fingering.] 

Vogel als prophet (The prophet 

bird) ; words by Goethe, tr. by C. de 
E. H. Bailey, music by R.' Schu- 
mann, arr. by C. de E. H. Bailey, of 
U. S. ; mixed chorus, violin obligato. 
4to. [3433 

© 1 c. Feb. 14, 1916; E 377478; 
Cecilia de Epping-Housen-Bailev, 
Shelbyville, Ky. 

Scotch cap; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 7) [3434 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 369794 ; Novello & co., ltd. 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Scotch idyll; by F. Marion Ralston, 
of U. S. ; pipe organ, obi. 4to. 

[3435 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 377433; Clayton F. Summy co., 
Chicago. 

Sea (The) kiss; words by G. Douglas 

Furber, music by Noel Johnson, of 

England ; high in F. [3436 

© Feb. 14 ,1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 

E 369817 ; G. Schirmer, ltd., London. 

Seawards ; words by Herbert G. Lees, 
music by Frank Butler : no. 2 in F. 

[3437 
© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369808; Metzler & co. (1909) ltd., 
London. 

Secret. See Donizetti (Gaetano) 

Secret love; musical setting to the 
Bluebird photo-play, no. 2, music se- 
lected and arr. by M. Winkler, of 
U. S., full orch., with piano ace. 

[343S 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 

E 377797 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

See saw, Margery Daw ; by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; pf. f words ad lib. 

[3439 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378249; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 



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no. 3. 1916 



3456 



See saw, Margery Daw — Continued. 

words by Jessica Moore, music 

by Paul Lawson, of U. S. ; vocal or 
instrumental. (Sounds from the 
play room) [3440 

© Feb.. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 : 
E 378383; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Sellenger's round ; or, The beginning 
of the world ; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 7) [3441 
© Feb. 23, 1916 : 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 369788; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Send out soldiers ; patriotic recruit- 
ing song, words and music by W. H. 
Band, of Canada, arr. by W. K. Vin- 
cent, of Canada. Toronto. Whaley, 
Royce & co. (Cover-title: S. O. S.) 

[3442 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 17. 1916 ; 
E 369742; W. H. Band, Port Dai- 
house, Canada. 

September rose ; words by B. M. Hale, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [3443 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377369; 

Bessie M. Hale, Poughkeepsie, N. I. 

Serenade ; par Ch. M. Widor, arr. par 
Max Laistner, of Great Britain ; pi- 
ano a 2 mains. [3444 
© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 16. 1916 : 
E 369650; Schott & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment. ] 

Serenata, no. 3 ; Pulcinella innamo- 
rato, poemetto eroi-comico, di Ro- 
berto Bracco, musica di J. Burg- 
mein. riduzione di Alighiero Stefani, 
of Italy; piccola orchestra. (Inter- 
mezzi musicali, no. 566.) [3445 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380059 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Serenata a concettina ; parole di Lu- 
ciano Molinari, musica di A. Mag- 
liani, of Italy ; canto e mandolino. 
4to. [3446 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 380063: Italian book co., New 
York. 

Shadows ; from The road to Mandalay, 
lyric by William McKenna, music 
by Oreste Vessella, of Italy. [3447 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377914: M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. 



She's the daughter of Mother Ma- 
chree; waltz, music by Ernest R. 
Ball, arr. by T. M. Taylor, of U. S. 
4to. 1. Military band. 2. Full orch. 
[3448, 3449 
© Nov. 6, 1915 ; 2 c. each Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377783, 377784 ; M. Witmark 
& sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

She was a girl I used to know ; 
words and music by James Freder- 
ick Haniey, of U. S. [3450 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378545; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

She who gives her son ; words by Ste- 
phen Raffo, music by W. Bass-Hodge, 
of Great Britain. Sydney, Sydney 
music pub. co. [3451 

© Feb. 18. 1915; 1 c. Dec. 20, 
1915; E 369680; Theodor Schmohl, 
New Castle, Australia. 

Shepherds song. See Moore (Gra- 
ham P. ) Six lyric pieces, no. 1. 

Shipmates o' mine; song, words by 
Edward Teschemacher, music by 
Wilfred Sanderson, arr. by Guil- 
laume van der Dyck. of Belgium, 
with full orchestra ace. 4to. [3452 
© Feb. 26. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 369852; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Shower of kisses ; waltzes by A. W. 
Brown, of U. S., arr. by Billie Brown, 
of U. S. ; piano. Kansas City, Mo., 
Owl's nest pub. co. [3453 

© Feb. 18. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377696 ; Anna Welker Brown, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Shuffles ; one-step by Willis Strand 
[pseud, of Martha H. Ailman], of 
U. S. ; piano. [3454 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378539; Lewis & Strand, 
Boston. 

Siam ; one step, two step or trot, by 
Fred Fischer, arr. by W. H. Mackie, 
of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. [3455 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 : E 378304 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Sidney glide; words by C. G. Perry, 
music by A. J. Piron and C. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. [3456 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377902; 
Chas. G. Perry, Armond J. Piron and 
Clarence Williams, New Orleans. 



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SlGHING WINDS WALTZ AND TWO-STEP ; 

by J. Liljenberg, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3457 

© 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916; E 378301; 

Joseph Liljenberg, Canova, S. Dak. 

Silence and song ; words by Anne 

Bloye, music by Gerald Grayling, of 

Great Britain ; no. 4 in A flat. [3458 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 380065 ; Boosey & co., London. 

Silver threads among the gold; air. 
See Ave maris Stella. 

Simple life ; from Robinson Crusoe, 
jr., words by Harold Atteridge, mu- 
sic by Sigmund Romberg, of Austria, 
domiciled at New York. [3459 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377687; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Since mother goes to movie shows ; 
words by Ghas. McCarron, music by 
Albert Von Tilzer, of U. S. [3460 

© Feb. 21. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378546; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Since you went away ; words by 
James Weldon Johnson, music by J. 
Rosamond Johnson, of U. S. ; chorus 
or quartette for mixed voices, unac- 
companied. 4to. [3461 
© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377462; G.' Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Sing praises ; words by James Rowe, 
music oy Samuel W. Beazley, of 
U. S. [3462 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378444 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Sing to me now ; words by Herbert J. 
Brandon, music by Monckton Trav- 
ers, of Great Britain ; no. 4 in G. 

[3463 
© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 380036; Joseph Henry Larway, 
London. 

Sing unto the Lord; anthem, music 
by Bruno Huhn, of Great Britain, 
domiciled at New York; mixed 
voices. 4to. (Anthems for mixed 
voices, no. 12,903) [3464 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 27, 1916 ; 
E 377656 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

hymn, music by Charles H. Ga- 
briel, jr., of U. S. [3465 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378409 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 



Sing with all the sons of glory; 
Easter anthem, music by F. H. 
Brackett, arr. by Clarence C. Robin- 
son, of U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. 

[3466 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 

1916; E 378384; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Sixth city Rose; ballad, words by 
P. H. Sominers, music by Valda Sole, 
of U. S. Cleveland, Sixth city mu- 
sic co. [3407 
© Jan. 27, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916: 
E 377493 ; Pearl H. Sommei's, Cleve- 
land. 

words by P. H. Sommers, music 

by V. Sole, of IT. S. Cleveland. 0. 
Sixth City music co. [3468 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 
377490; P. H. Sommers, Cleveland. 

Skating (The) craze; words by G. 
Roman, music by V. Roman, of XL S. 

[3469 

© 1 c. Feb. 16, 1916: E 377561; 

Gladys Roman & Vivienne Roman, 

San Francisco. 

Sketch in G. See Five musical novel- 
ties, no. 3. 

Skowronek ; polka arr. by Frank 
Przybylski, of U. S., orcli. 4to. 

[3470 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 377919 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Sleep, baby, sleep; a lullaby, author 

of words unknown, music by C. A. 

Stebbins, of U. S. [3471 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377723; 

Charles Albert Stebbins, Chicago. 

Sleep in perfect peace (Schlaf in 
guter run) ; w T ords by F. Kucken, 
English translation by Marguerite 
Warner Littleton, music by J. P. 
Ludebuehl, of U. S. [3472 

© Feb. 17. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378250; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Slow sinks the sun; duet from See 
America first, words and music by 
T. Lawrason Riggs and Cole Porter, 
of IT. S. [3473 

© Feb. 19, 1916 : 2 c. Feb. 21. 1916 ; 
E 377682 : G Schirmer, New York. 
Slumber song ; poem by Ella M. Smith. 
music by Howard I. Smith, of IT. S. : 
soprano solo and male quartet with 
violin obligate ad lib. 4to. [3474 

© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 18. 1916 ; 
E 377590 ; J. A. Parks co., York, Neb. 



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3493 



Smierc na polu chwaly ; opracowal 
Antoni Jax, of U. S. [3475 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377924 ; W. H. Sajewslri, Chicago. 

Society buds ; waltz by Bert Lowe, of 
U. S. ; piauo. [3476 

© Feb. 19, 1.916 ; 2 <\ Fob. 23. 1016 ; 
E 378394 ; D. W. Cooper, Boston. 

Society rag ; by F. L. Weiler, of 
Austria domiciled at Springfield, 
Mass. ; piano. [3477 

© 1 c. Feb. 3, 1916; E 377518; 
Ferdinand L. Weiler, Springfield, 
Mass. 

Society three step ; by George W. 
Wallace, of U. S. ; piano. [3478 

© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377950 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Softly now the light of day ; words 
by George W. Doane, music by 
Arthur W. Nelson, of U. S. [3479 
© Feb. 17, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378446 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

Soir d'hiver ; paroles et musique de 
Nadia Boulanger, of France; chant 
et piano. [3480 

© Jan. 22. 1916: 1 c. Feb. 12. 
1916; E 367991; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. 

Soldier (The) roy and the girl at 
home ; words by W. E. Rose and 
M. C. Bobbins, music by Geo. L. 
Whiteman, of U. S. [3481 

© Feb. 26, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E- 378525; Vandalia music 
pub. co., Vandalia, 111. 

Soldier boys of Uncle Sam ; by H. B. 
Lurvey, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. [3482 
© Mar. 4. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1. 1916 ; 
E 378608; Hiram B. Lurvey, Lynn, 
Mass. 

Soldier (The) boy's return; words 
and music by G. A. Pfeiffer, of U. S., 
arr. by L. A. Clark, of U. S. [3483 
© Jan. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11. 
1916 ; E 377464 ;' G. A. Pfeiffer, Mid- 
dleton, Mass. 

Soldier, I wish yotj well ; lyric from 
A Shropshire lad. by A. E. Hous- 
man. music by Aston Tyrrold. of 
Great Britain, op. 15, no. 3. [3484 
© Feb. 12. 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 380019; A. Corbett-Smith, 
Leeds, England. 



Soldier's farewell ; by J. Kinkel, arr. 
by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; pf., 
words ad lib. [3485 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378251; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Somebody else has won my hand, 
but my heart belongs to you ; lyric 
by Edw. Grossmith, music by Ted D. 
Ward, of U. S. [3486 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377563; Bernard Granville 
pub. co., inc.. New York. 

Something new ; words by Gus. Kahn, 
music by L. Sievers, of U. S. [3487 
© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377654; Lou Sievers, Chicago. 

Something's got to be done ; from See 
America first, words and music by T. 
Lawrason Biggs and Cole Porter, of 
U. S. [3488 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377679; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Sometime; or, God knew the best; 
words by Mary Biley Smith, music 
by J. P. Moorman, of U. S. ; medium 
voice & mixed quartette. [3489 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377362 ; Julian P. Moorman, Bris- 
tol, Ya. 

words and music by G. C. Em- 

mett. of U. S. [3490 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377628; Glenn Caswell Emmett, 
Emory, Ya. 

Sometimes : words by Colin S. Craig, 
music by Y. Grignard, of U. S. [3491 
© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378607; 
Vivian Grignard, New York. 

Somewhere in France; words and 

music by J. F. Gormley,- arr. by 

Louis Gress, of U. S. [3492 

© 1 c. Feb. 29, 1916; E 377815; 

Joseph F. Gormley, New York. 

Sonata no. 2 6. See Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van) 

Sonates v. l. See Beethoven (Lud- 
wig van) 

Song (A) for fall; words by Edna 

Mead, music by P. I. Jacoby, of 

U. S. [3493 

© 1 c. Mar. 1. 1916; E 377828; 

Philip I. Jacoby, San Francisco. 



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Song of the angels ; by T. D. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. 1. Pipe organ. 2. 
Piano. [3494, 3495 

© Feb. 17. 1916; 2 c. each Feb. 
17, 1916; E 378252, 378253; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. 

Song of the Triton ; song, music arr. 
by Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [3496 
© Feb. 14. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377524; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Song (The) of triumph; anthem for 
Easter by R. S. Morrison, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices with organ ace. 4to. 
(Easter anthems, no. 10801.) [3497 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378254; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Song to Venus. See Wagner (Rich- 
ard ) 

Song (The) triumphant; a concert 
exercise, words by Lizzie De Ar- 
mond, music by S. B. Stambaugh, of 
U. S. 8vo. [3498 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377573; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Song without words ; by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[3499 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378255; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Sonny; words by D. Eardiey-Wilmot, 
music by Arthur Meale, of England. 
1. no. 2 in C. 2. no. 3 in D. 

[3500, 3501 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 19, 
1916; E 369683, 369684; Enoch & 
sons, London. 

Soul (The) at heaven's gate; sacred 
folksong, traditional XVII century, 
arr. by Reimann [and Clarence] 
Dickinson, of U. S. 1. Harp. 2. 
Violin. 3. Violincello. [3502-3504 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. each Feb. 26. 
1916 ; E 377749-377751 ; H. W. Gray 
co., New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

SOVER S0DT I HELLIG FRED (SchlUlll- 

mert sanft in heil'ger rub') ; ged. 
von Schack-Staffeldt, musik af Lu- 
dolf Nielsen, of Denmark, op. 33 ; 
sang, violin ad lib., orgel eller piano. 

[3505 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1916; E 369622; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen. 



Sparrow's wing; waltz by E. H. 
Bailey, op. 77, revised by Josef 
Franzt, [pseud, of H. L. Heartz], of 
U. S. ; piano. (Young students first 
recreations, no. 1.) [3506 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 24, 1916 ; 
E 377741; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. [Coypright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Speak the name of Jesus ; duet, 
words by C. A. Steepleton, music by 
Haldor Lillenas, of Norway, domi- 
ciled at Olivet, 111. ; ten. or sop., and 
alto. 12mo. [3507 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377355; Clifford Atwood Steeple- 
ton, Tucson, Ariz. 

Spell (The) ; words and music by 

A. PI. Edwards, of U. S. [3508 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377842; 

Ariadne Holmes Edwards, New 

York. 

Spinning song; by L. Leslie Loth, of 

U. S. ; piano. [3509 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 

E 377439; Clayton F. Summey co., 

Chicago. 

Spirit (The) of Uncle Sam; words 

and music by C. M. Gidanski, of 

U. S. [3510 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 377774; 

Charles M. Gidanski, Brooklyn. 

Spring breeze (Jarni vanek) ; waltz. 
4to. 1. Arr. by F. Tryner, of U. S. ; 
band. 2. Arr. by Louis Vitak, of 
U. S. ; orch. [3511, 3512 

© Dec. 31, 1916 ; 2. c. each Feb. 9, 
1916; E 377408, 377402; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

Spring flowers ; sketch by Sigmund 
Plerzog, of U. S. ; piano solo. (Ru- 
ral episodes, no. 1.) [3513 
© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377790 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Spring in town. See City of joy. 

Stand up, stand up for Jesus ; hymn, 
music by E. H. Packard, of U. S. 

[3514 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 378425 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

Star-Spangled (The) Banner; our 
national anthem, words by Francis 
Scott Key, music by R. L. Fletcher, 
of IT. S. 24mo. [3515 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Jan. 31, 1916 ; 
E 377557 : Robert L. Fletcher, Wheel- 
ing, W. Va. 



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Starlight ; by T. M. Kratt, of U. S. ; 

piano. [3516 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28. 1916 ; 

E378511; Theodore M. Kratt, Mc- 

Minnville, Or. 

Starry (The) flag; words by J. 
Guerin, old Irish air arr. by E. J. 
Purcell, of U. S. Chicago, National 
music co. [3517 

© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377709 ; Joseph Guerin, Chicago. 

Staes and Steipes ; words by G. Sharp, 

music by E. S. S. Huntington, of 

U. S. [3518 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377384; 

Geo. Sharp, Hamilton, Ont, Canada. 

Statesman (The) march; by James 
M. Fulton, of U. S., arr. for full or- 
chestra. 4to. [3519 
© Feb. 7, 1916 : 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378274; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Stenhammar (Wilhelm) Deux ro- 
mances sentimentales (Tva. senti- 
mentala romanser) ; par W. Sten- 
hammar, of Sweden, op. 28; edition 
pour violon et piano. No. 1. A dur. 
No. 2. F moll. [3520, 3521 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 1 c. each Jan. 
25, 1916 ; E 369631, 369632 ; Wilhelm 
Hansen, Copenhagen, Denmark. 

I 

i Step stately ; to the tune of Jack 
Pudding, music arr. by Cecil J. 

j Sharp, of England; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set 7) [3522 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916 
E 369796; Novello & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

I Still alarm ; march two-step, by 
Harry J. Lincoln, of IT. S., arr. by 
F. H. Losev, of U. S. ; band. 4to. 

[3523 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916: E 377713; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. 

Still waters ; waltzes by G. W. Rash, 

of U. S. ; piano. [3524 

© 1 c. Mar. 4, 1916; E 377957; 

Gypsy Williams Rash, Winchester, 

Ky. 

Stok:\ellata modeena ; versi di Ar- 
turo Franci, musica di Ugo Lac- 
chini. of Italy; canto e pianoforte. 

[3525 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 380060 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 



Steolling eyes ; from the extrava- 
ganza Robinson Crusoe, jr., lyrics by 
Harold Atteridge, music bv James 
F. Hanley, of U. S. [3526 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377429; G. Schirmer, New. 
York. 



Study (A) in eythm. 
pieces. 



See Lyric 



Stumningae. See Pianostvcken, no. 
3 & 4. 

Sull' Isonzo ; march by S. S. Gaudio. 
of Canada ; pianoforte. Toronto, 
Hawkes & Harris music co. [3527 
© Feb. 20. 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23. 
1916; E 369696; S. Salvatore Gau- 
dio, Toronto. 

Sultan's, or Rajah's, entrance song. 
See Night in a harem. 

Summer beeezes ; waltz by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[3528 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378256; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Summer nights ; words by Ernie 
Hughes, music by Carl J. Monahan, 
of U. S. [3529 

© Nov. 16, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1915; E 378306; Seidel music pub. 
co., inc., Indianapolis. 

Sunbeams ; words and music by B. 
Consuelo Cook, of U. S. (In Child- 
hood days) [3530 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377471 ; W. A. Evans, Boston. 

Sunset waltzes ; by Burt E. Rose, 
pseud, of Rebecca Emily Rosenthal, 
of U. S., arr. by E. P. Lasky, pseud, 
of Edith Podlasky, of U. S. [3531 
© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378464; 
Rebecca Emily Rosenthal, Milwau- 
kee. 

Suzanne; words by Ballard Macdon- 
ald, music by Harry Carroll, of 
U. S., arr. bv Eugene Platzmann, of 
U. S. [3532 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 378498; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Swedish love song ; words by Georgia 

Roberts, music by Madeleine Tretho- 

wan, of Great Britain. [3533 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 7, 191Q; 

E 369842 ; Weekes & co., London. 



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pt. in, n. s., V. 11 



Sweet cider eag; by S. Brecker, of 

U. S., arr. by Eugene Platzmann, of 

U. S. ; piano. [3534 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 377802; 

Samuel Brecker, New York. 

Sweet is the gospel; words by G. 
Houston Greene, music by C. Y\ 7 . 
Hicks, of U. S. [3535 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16. 
1916 ; E 377547 ; Chas. Wesley Hicks, 
Madisonville, Tenn. 

Sweet land of love America; words 
and music by C. A. Love, of U. S. ; 
words and melody. 8vo. [3536 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377552; Charles A. Love, 
Aurora, 111. 

Sweet (The) story of old; hymn an- 
them, music by A. N. Brander, of 
U. S., mixed voices & organ. 4to. 

[3537 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378385; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Sweetest name; words by F. Whit- 
field, music by I. E. Hicks, of U. S. 

[353S 
© Jan 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377548; Ira Evans Hicks, 
Browns Mills, N. J. 

Swing (The) ; waltz, morceau charac- 
teristic by E. H. Frey, of U. S. ; 
violin and piano. (Compositions for 
violin and piano, no. 4) . [3539 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14. 
1916; E 378518; E, H. Frey, Okla- 
homa, Okl. 

Swing song ; by Noel Norman, of Eng- 
land ; pianoforte. [3540 
© Jan. 29, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916 ; E 380014 ; Warren & Phillips, 
London. 

See also Ollerenshaw (T. R.) 

Four short holiday pieces, no. 3. 

Swinging branches ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by C. H. Gabriel, of 
U. S. [3541 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377451; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chi- 
cago. 

S win stead (Felix) 5 sketches; by 
F. Swinstead, of England, op. 31 ; 
piano. Contents. — 1. Alia minuet- 
to. — 2. The fisherman's song. — 3. In 
the cathedral. — 4. King winter. — 5. 
Valse romance. [3542 

• © Jan. 2. 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 8, 1916 ; 
E 369556 ; Bos worth & co., London. 



Switzerland; intro. celebrated Yodel 
song, by Paul Lawson, of U. S. ■ pf 
words ad lib. [3543 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17 
1916; E 378257; Theo. Presser co ' 
Philadelphia. 

Symphony (The). See Aye me. 

Syncopated bride and groom; words 
by Joseph M. Davis, music by Har- 
old O'Hare, of U. S. [3544 
^ © Feb. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377882; Triangle music pub. co., 
New l T ork. 

Syncopation Isle; words by Mar- 
guerite Kendall, music by J. Russel 
Robinson, of U. S. [3545 

© Sept. 25, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378309; Seidel music pub. 
co., inc., Indianapolis. 

Take back the ring that you gave 
me ; words and music by R. Cato, of 
U. S. [3546 | 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377387; 
Roy Cato, % J. J. Arledge, Winches- 
ter, Ky. 

Take me back to Sleepyville; words 
by A. J. Mills, music by Bennett 
Scott, of England. [3547 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369820; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

Take me back to the big white way : 

words and music by T. C. Crenshaw. 

of U. S. [3548 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377383; 

T. Calvin Crenshaw, Minneapolis. 

Take me back to the days gone by; 

words by C. Meggers, music by J. E. 

Andino, of IT. S. [3549 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377S45 ; 

Carl Meggers, Galva, la. 

Take me to your heart ; words by Ed- 
ward Lockton, music by Jessie Rail- 
ton, of Great Britain; no. 2 in E 
flat. [3550 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 369736; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Tally-ho (The) ride; tone picture by 
Sigmund Herzog, of U. S. ; piano. 
(Al fresco, no. 3.) [3551 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377794; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 



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3569 



Tambour avant ; march par E. Du- 
ra nd, of Great Britain ; piano. [3552 
© Mar. 1, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916; 
E 369812; Allan & co., proprietary, 
ltd., Melbourne, Australia. 

Tambourin. See Farjeon (Harry) 5 
pieces for piano. 

Tangled roses ; raise gentille by W. L. 
Livernash, of U. S. ; piano. Kansas 
City. Mo., Will L. Livernash music 
co. [3553 

© Feb. 25. 1916: 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378557; Will L. Livernash, 
Kansas City, Mo. 

Taxtum ergo ; ed. by Edwardo Marzo, 
of L T . S., music by Jean Baptiste 
Faure ; mixed voices, in E flat. 4to. 
(Catholic choir music, no. 12. 819) 

[3554 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377663 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on editing.] 

• music by Alois F. Lejeal, of IT. S., 

op. 64; mixed voices, in D. 4to. 
(Catholic choir music, no. 12, 744) 

[3555 
© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377662 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
Tarry ix this flace ; words and mu- 
sic by William F. Coburn, of U. S. 

[3556 

© Feb. 28. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 378493; Peter Philip Bil- 

horn, Chicago. 

Te Deum laudamus ; music by Wil- 

lard Foster, of U. S. ; key of D. 4to. 

[3557 

© Feb. 11. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 

1916; E 377652; Willard G. Foster, 

Joplin, Mo. 

Tell it erom oceax to ocean ; words 

and music by J. H. Faust, of U. S. 

[3558 

© 1 c. Feb. 28. 1916 ; E 378509 ; J. 
Howard Faust, Takorna Park, Md. 

Tell Jesus all; words and music by 
H. Lillenas, of Norway, domiciled 
at Olivet, 111. [3559 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377801; Haldor Lillenas, Olivet, 
111. 

Tempestuous (The) tale; musical 
play, words by Helen Paschall, 
music by B. H. Bowne, Ruth Elms, 
Rachel Spaulding, Catherine Lowe 
and Evelyn Copeland, of U. S. ; 
vocal score. [3560 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; D 19664; Bessie Haven 
Bowne, S. Hadley, Mass. 



Temple (The) change; to the tune 
of Cockle shells, arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England. (Country dance 
tunes, set 8) [3561 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369776; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

That melody strain ; that strain, 
words and music by Charlie Thor 
[pseud, of Chas. Thorschmidt] , of 
U. S. [3562 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377932; Thor & Evers music co., 
Brooklyn. 

That ragged ragtime band ; words by 

U. Hampton, music by T. G. Beach, 

of U. S. [3563 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1916; E 377440; 

Ulysses Hampton, Weaver, Tex. 

That williken, gilliken, billiken 

bag; words by J. J. Douglas, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [3564 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377596; 

Jno. J. Douglas, Abita Springs, La. 

Theme eantasque, no. 1 ; illustration 

to a fairy tale, by G. H. Ford, of 

England, op. 7 ; piano. [3565 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 11, 

1916 ; E 380092 ; G. H. Ford, London. 

There is a need ; words by C. A. 
Steepleton, music by Haldor Lil- 
lenas, of Norway domiciled at Oli- 
vet. 111. 12mo. [3566 
© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377354; Clifford Atwood Steeple- 
ton, Tucson, Ariz. 

There is an old belief ; motet for the 
group called Songs of farewell, 
words by John Gibson Lockhart, 
music by C. Hubert H. Parry, of 
England ; chorus for six voices. 4to. 

[3567 

© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380037 ; Year book press, London. 

There is no one like Jesus; words 

and music bv P. P. Biihorn, of U. S. 

[3568 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378494; Peter Philip Bii- 
horn, Chicago. 
There's a broken heart for every 
light on Broadway; one-step, two- 
step or trot by Fred Fischer, arr. by 
Calvin Grooms, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[3569 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377397; Leo Feist, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 



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There's a rainbow in America; song 
from So long, Letty, words and mu- 
sic by Earl Carroll. [3570 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 377745; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

There's a wise old moon that shines 
in Love land, and he knows the old 
love game ; words and music by Geo. 
W. Meyer, of U. S. [3571 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378508: Maurice Richmond 
music co., inc., New York. 

There's many a smiling face that 

COVERS AN ACHING HEART; lyric by 

Joseph M. Davis, music by George 
F. Briegel, of U. S. [3572 

© Feb. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 377883 ; Triangle music pub. co., 
New York. 

There's no use loving someone, who 
is not in love with you ; words and 
music by O. K. Heinrich, of U. S. 

[3573 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377396; Otto K. Heinrich, New 
York. 

There's only one England. See Rose 
of the morning. 

There were shepherds ; words from 
the Bible, music bv E. H. Packard, 
of U. S. [3574 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378399 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

There will never be another to take 
the place of mother ; words and 
music by J. P. Du Rapau, of U. S. 

[3575 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378505; Jos. P. Du Rapau, 
New Orleans. 

They can all hit the trail with 
holliday, but i'll hit the trail 
with you; words by Will J. Hart, 
music bv Raymond Walker, of U. S. 

[3576 
© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378570; P. J. Howley music co., 
inc., New York. 

They fight the cause they think is 
right; words by A. G. Bacher, mu- 
sic bv Harold B. Roland, of U. S. 

[3577 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377605: 
Anna G. Bacher, Ozone Park, L. I., 
N. Y. 

9 



They that sow in tears : sacred song 
by J. E. Roberts, of U. S. 1. Kev 
of G. 2. Key of E flat. [3578, 3579 
© Feb. 17. 1916 : 2 c. each Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 378258, 378259 ; Theo. Pres- 
ser co., Philadelphia. 

They that trust in the Lord ; an- 
them, words from Psalm 125, music 
by James R. Gillette, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices and organ. 4to. [3580 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378386; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

They would tickle neath the tickle 
tree; words and music bv G. C. 
Baldwin, of U. S. [3581 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377375; 
George C. Baldwin, College Point, 
N. Y. 

Think of me ; words by Carl Spiro, 
music by Herman Klein, of U. S. ; 
voice & melody. [3582 

© 1 c. Feb. 25, 1916; E 378474; 
Berger, Berlin & co., Brooklyn. 
Thinking of you ; words by N. L. 
Kiclderhof, music bv A. E. Charles- 
ton, of U. S.. arr. by N. L. Ridder- 
hof, of U. S. Los Angeles, Cal., 
Musicians pub, co. [3583 

© Feb. 18, 1916 : 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378572 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los An- 
geles. 
This is the day ; Easter anthem, 
words from the Bible, music by Geo. 
Marks Evans, of U. S. 4to. [35S4 
© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377650; Wm. A. Pond & co., 
New York. 
This little man of mine; words and 
music by N. R. Phister, of U. S„ 

[35S5 
© 1 c. Feb. 17. 1916: E 378297; 
Nell Roach Phister, Athens, O. 
Thorns — no name ; words by B. M. 
Geer, music bv E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [3586 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377609; 
B. M. Geer, Memphis. 
Those days of yore : words by A. E. 
Forseth, music by J. E. Audi no, of 
U. S. [3587 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377S65 ; 
A. E. Forseth, Sherman, S. Dak. 
Those Nutty Blues ; by Harry P. 
Schaefer, of U. S. ; piano. Lake 
Charles, La., Regent music pub. co. 

[3588 

© Jan. 29. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 378514; Henry Packman, 
New Orleans. 

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3605 



Thbee little kittens ; by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. ; pf., words ad lib. 

[3589 

© Feb. 17. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378260; Theo. Presser CO., 
Philadelphia. 

Thi-ee simple musical settings of 
the Nine-fold kybie ; words from 
the prayer-book, music by F. S. Pen- 
fold, of U. S. Fort Wayne, Ind., The 
parish press. Svo. [3590 

© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377491; F. S. Penfold. Racine, 
Wis. 

Throstle (The) ; trio, words by Ten- 
nyson, music by Carl Halm, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. 4to. (Octavo se- 
ries, no. 662.) [3591 

© Feb. 15. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 377544; Arthur P. Schmidt, Bos- 
ton. 

Thbough the valley of death she 

came; words and music by C. B. 

Winge, of U. S. [3592 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377695; 

Carl B. Winge, Seattle. 

Thy way, not mine, O Loed ; words 
by Horatius Bonar, music by Louis 
R. Dressier, of U. S. ; medium voice 
in D flat. [3593 

© Jan. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 37 1 676; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Till the boys come home; quick 
march, on Ivor Novello's popular 
song, arr. by J. Ord Hume, of Great 
Britain ; drum and fife band. 4to. 

[3594 

© Feb. 12, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 380042; Ascherberg, Hopwood & 

Crew, ltd., .London. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement] 

Till the Pacific cease to eoll ; words 
by G. D. Custer, music by Carl Seyb 
[pseud, of Floda Fisher], of U. S., 
arr. by G. D. Custer, of U. S. 

[3595 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 378529; 
Geo. D. Custer, Winfield, Kan. 

Tillie Titwillow ; from the extrava- 
ganza Robinson Crusoe, jr., lyrics by 
Harold Atteridge, music by Phil 
Schwartz, of U. S. [3596 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2. 1916 ; 
E 377885 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 



Tina; selection, by Paul A. Rubens 
and Haydn Wood, arr. by Dan God- 
frey, of Great Britain ; military 
band. (Chappell's army journal, no. 
431.) [3597 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 369810; Chapped & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

'TlS HAED TO LOVE AND NOT BE LOVED J 

words by E. H. Johnson, music bv J. 
E. Andino, of U. S. [3598 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377386; 
E. H. Johnson, Jackson, Miss. 

To a mummy. See Egyptian impres- 
sions. 

To a nightingale; words and music 
by G. B. Nevin, of U. S. Easton, Pa., 
Wayne pub. house. [3599 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377898 ; George B. Nevin, Easton, 
Pa. 

To Helen ; words by Edgar Allen Poe, 
music by James P. Dunn, of U. S. ; 
high voice. [3600 

© Feb. 24. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377775 ; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

To my beloved ; 3 part song, words by 
H. Albro, music by R. S. Morrison, of 
U. S. ; women's voices. 4to. [3601 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378387; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

To my lady faie ; love song, by Ernest 
Reeves, of Great Britain ; piano- 
forte. [3602 
© Jan. 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 369651; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

TO THOSE WHO LOVE US ', WOl'dS by 

Helen Taylor, music by Herbert 
Matheson, of England ; no. 1 in F. 

[3603 
© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369834 ; Enoch & sons, London. 

To victory ; march by M. Greenwald, 
of U. S. ; one or two violins with 
piano ace. [3604 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378261; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

To-day ; words by Douglas Mallock, 
music by Margaret Bell, of U. S. 

[3605 
© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377391; 
American lumberman, Chicago. 



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Token (The) of the rainbow; song 
from King Sol in Flowerland, no. 7, 
a pageant cantata, poem by E. N. 
C. Barnes, music by Ruth A. Nutter, 
of U. S. [3606 

© Nov. 19. 1915; 2 c. Nov. 22, 
* 1915 ; E 378352 ; Edwin Ninyon 
Chaloner Barnes, Central Falls, R. I. 

Tom, Tom. the piper's son ; by M. 
Greenwald, of U. S. ; pf.. words ad 
lib. [3607 

© Feb. 17, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378262; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia 

Tomahawk; march characteristic by 

J. A. MacMeekin, of IT. S. ; pf. [3608 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21. 1916 ; 

E 377638; J. A. MacMeekin, San 

Francisco. 

Toreadore march. See Bizet (Georges) 

Toronto : march song, words and mu- 
sic by A. Keel, of U. S. [3609 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916 ; E 378302 ; Al. Keel, South Por- 
cupine, Canada. 

Toten (Der) mutter (To my dead 
mother) ; words by Friedrich Bopp, 
English version by George Harris, 
jr., music by Mischa Eiman, of Rus- 
sia, domiciled at New York. [3610 
© Feb. 3. 1916 : 2 c. Feb. 18. 1916 ; 
E 377580 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Traume. See Wagner (Richard) 

Trailing (The) arbutus, you only do 
I love ; music by Leo Friedman, arr. 
by H. F. Oclell, of TJ. S., mandolin 
orchestra. [3611 

© Jan. 8, 1916 : 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378279; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Travelers (The) ; march by G. E. 

Holmes, of TJ. S. ; band. 4to. [3612 

© Jan. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916; E 377809; C. L. Barnhouse. 

Oskaloosa, la. 

Tre (Le) donzelle; versi di Arturo 

Franci, musica di TIgo Lacchini, of 

Italy. [3613 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 2. 1916 ; 

E 380061 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Treasury of favorite song ; songs and 
hymns of the millions, comp. by J. P. 
McCaskey. 3v. 8vo. [3614 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. each Jan. 22. 
1916; aff. Feb. 2, 1916; A 418921; 
John Piersol McCaskey, Lancaster. 
Pa. 



Tree (The) at the grave (Der baum 
auf clem kirchhof ) ; concert cantata, 
words by A. L. Grabner, English 
words from C. Nagel, music by B. 
Schumacher, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 
4to. (Concert songs, no. 31) [3615 
© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377483; Antigo pub. co., Antigo, 
Wis. 

Trip (A) to Kilburn ; to the tune of 
Black and gray, arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [3616 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24. 
1916 ; E 369764 ; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Trumpet (The) call; a song for the 
greater Salvation army, words and 
music by Gwyllymar, [pseud, of 
William Rawlins] of TJ. S. [3617 

© Feb. 12. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377509; Evangeline Booth, New 
York. 

Turkish march. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van) 

Turns. See Graham (Jasper) Six 
sight-reading studies, no. 2. 

'Twas you that stole my heart 
away : words by A. Wasserman, 
music by J. E. Andino. of TJ. S. 

[3618 
© 1 c. Feb. 18. 1916; E 377602; 
A. Wasserman. Philadelphia. 

Twilight shadows ; reverie transcrip- 
tion by F. W. Yandersloot, of U. S. ; 
piano. [3619 

© Feb. 28. 1916: 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 377823; Yandersloot music 
pub. co., Yvilliamsport. Pa. 

Twinkle, twinkle, little star ; au- 
thor unknown, music by S. Siegel, of 
TJ. S. Musical menagerie tune 
chart. 3* by 13* inches. ' [3620 

© Jan. 26. 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 : 
E 377516 : Sam Siegel toy co.. New 
York. 

Under Immanuel's banner ; words by 

Mrs. C. D. Martin, music by W. 

Still man Martin, of U. S. [3621 

© Fell. 9. 1916 : 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377446 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Under the crescent : Turkish march 
by Chas. Lindsay, of U. S. ; piano. 

[3622 
© Feb. 17. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1910: E 378263; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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3638 



pNDER the staes ; serenade by Walter 

Wallace Smith, of U. S. ; pf. [3623 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378264; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Undekxeath the Dixie moon ; words 
and music by Billy Yanderveer, of 
U. S. [3624 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 377565; Bernard Granville 
pub. co., inc., New York. 

Pndine; musical setting to the Blue- 
bird photo-play, no. 3, music selected 
and arr. by M. Winkler, of U. S. ; 
full orchestra and piano ace, [3625 
© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 377798; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Pndying love; words and music bv 

H. A. Delmore, of U. S. [3626 

© Feb. 15. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916 ; E 377583 ; C. W. Thompson & 

co., Boston. 

U. S. A. (The) ; words by H. M. Jones, 
music by D. S. De Lisle, of U. S. 

[3627 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378332; 
Henry McEuen Jones and David 
Socrates De Lisle, St. Louis. 

U. S. NEUTRALITY MAECH ; by E. J. 

Shadday, of U. S. ; piano. [3628 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377955; Eva Joy Shadday, Cross 
Plains, Ind. 

Unto the end; words and music by 
H. H. Romspert, of U. S. Cincin- 
nati, Jos. Krolage music co. [3629 
© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 19, 
1916; E 378317; H. H. Romspert, 
Dayton, O. 

Up goes Ely; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England ; piano. (Country 
dance tunes, set 7) [3630 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369802; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Valse aeietta. See Offenbach 
(Jacques) 

Yalse baecaeolle. See Farjeon (Har- 
ry) 5 pieces for piano. 

Valse E flat majoe ; by E. O. Schaaf, 

of U. S., op. 4, no. 4; piano player. 

Three cards 8 by 10 inches. [3631 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378461; 

E. O. Schaaf, Newark, N. J. 



Valse fantastique; ur pantomimba- 
letten, Per svinaherde, av Kurt At- 
terberg, of Sweden, op. 9, nr. 12; 
piano. [3632 

© Dec. 27, 1915; 1 c. Jan. 25, 
1915; E 369627; Wilhelm Hansen, 
Copenhagen, Denmark. 

Valse geacile; by Carl Jean Tolman, 

. of U. S., op. 44 ; piano. [3633 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 

1916 ; E 378488 ; C. W T . Thompson & 

co., Boston. 

Yalse impeomptu in E flat. See Five 
musical novelties, no. 5. 

Valse in E. See Five musical novel- 
ties, no. 2. 

Valse-mazueka ; by L. Leslie Loth, of 

U. S. ; piano. [3634 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 

E 377435 ; Clayton F. Summy co., 

Chicago. 

Valse of delight. See Dance minia- 
tures. 

Valse romance. See Swinstead (Fe- 
lix) 5 sketches, no. 5. 

Valse Thelma; by Axel Gusting, of 
Sweden, domiciled at Chicago, arr. 
by E. De Lamater, of U. S. ; orch. 
4to. [3635 

© Feb. 26. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377941 ; M. L. Carlson, Chicago. 

Valse teiste; by Catherine V. Duck- 
ett, fingered and annotated by J. 
Frank Leve, of U. S. ; piano solo. 

[3636 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377769 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Valsette. See Moore (Graham P.) 
Six lyric pieces, no. 4. 

Vabiationeb ofvee den svenska 
KL'XGSSANGEN, Ue svenska hjae- 
tans djup ; av Otto Lindblad, musik 
komponerade av Emil Sjogren, of 
Sweden, op. 64; piano. (Cover-title: 
Sju (7) variationen etc.) [3637 

© Dec. 3, 1915 ; 1 c. Dec. 30, 1915 ; 
E 369615; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Venezuelan gueeilla song ; words by 
Edward H. Bierstadt, composed and 
arr. by C. Linn Seifer, of U. S. ; 
male voices. 4to. (Secular three 
and four part music, no. 1200) 

[3638 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377937; Boosey & co., London. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Vengeons nos morts ; eri de guerre, 
paroles de Maurice Chassang, mu- 
sique cle Georges Hue, of France; 
chant et piano. [3639 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369721; Rouart, Lerolle & 
cie., Paris. 

Verdi (Giuseppe) Miserere; from II 
trovatore by G. Yerdi, arr. by O. J. 
Lehrer, of U. S. ; two cornets and 
two trombones with piano ace. 

[3640 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377574; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

Praise ye ; music arr. from Yerdi, 

by [Chas. H. Gabriel], of U. S. 

[3641 
© Feb. 1.4, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16. 
1916; E 377527; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Yery good Eddie ; selection by Jerome 
Kern, arr. by Chas. N. Grant, of 
U. S. ; piano. [3642 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377588; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

Yictimae paschali; Easter, by P. F. 
del Campiglio, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices, in D. (Gordon's octavo 
Catholic music, series 3.) [3643 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 377759 ; Estate of Hamilton 
S. Gordon, New York. 

Yictoria waltzes (Victoria valcik) ; 
by J. F. Parma, of U. S. ; 1st violin. 

[3644 

© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 378496; 

John F. Parma, North Bergen, N. J. 

Yictory ; words by James Rowe, music 

by C. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [3645 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377453 ; Chas. H. Gabriel, Chicago. 

Vien qua Dorina bella (Lovely Dor- 
othy) ; by C. M. von Weber, arr. by 
A. Sartorio, of Germany ; piano duet. 

[3646 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 369671; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Vignettes ; album for piano by A. 
Louis Scarmolin, of U. S., op. 28. 
Contents : — 1. Vivacity. — 2. Pensive 
mood. — 3. Moment musical. — 4. Dia- 
logue. — 5. Scherzino. [3647 
© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377887 ; Boosey & co., London. 



Village (The) green. See Bidder 
(Helen) Five country dances, no. 5. 

Vision (A) of glory (In goldener 
fiille) ; words by Paul Remer, trans- 
lated by Paul England, music by Leo 
Ornstein, of Russia, domiciled at 
New York, op. 33, no. 2. [3648 

© Jan. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378267 ; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Vision (A) of peace; words by Kate 
Hitt Salter, music by Edward Cuth- 
bertson, of England, in key of G. 

[3649 
© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 1 c. Jan. 28, 1916 ; 
E 369752; E. Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

Viva il Re ; canto nazionale, versi 
inediti di Giosu§ Carducci, musica di 
S. Gastaldon, soprani e contralfci. 
tenori e bassi. [3650 

© Mar. 1, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; 
E 380062 ; G. Ricordi & co., Milan. 

Vivacity. See Vignettes. 

Vogel als prophet. See Schumann 
(R. A.) 

Vor sjael; tekst af Aage Matthison- 
Hansen, musik af Sophus Andersen, 
of Denmark, oprindelig toneart, B- 
dnr. [3651 

© Dec. 20, 1915 ; 1 c. Jan. 4, 1916 ; 
E 369616; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen. 

Wagner (Richard) Song to Venus; 
from Tannhauser, opera by R. Wag- 
ner, arr. by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano. [3652 

© Feb. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 378174 ; Century music pub. co , 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Traume (Dreams) ; words and 

music by R. Wagner, English version 
by Grace Hall, of U. S. ; high in A 
flat. [3653 

© Feb. 29. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377884; G. Schirmer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
version.] 

Wait; words by Arthur L. Salmon, 
music by Guy D'Hardelot, of Great 
Britain. [3654 

© Feb. 14. 1916: 1 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 : E 369662 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Wake up, America ! lyric by George 
Graff, jr., music by Jack Glogau, of 
U. S. [3655 

© Feb. 28, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916: E 378537: Leo Feist, inc.. New 
York. 



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Wake up, Robin ; words by Edward 
Teschemacher, music by Frank G. 
Wilcock, of England ; no. 1 in B fiat. 

[3656 

© Feb. 25. 1916; lc. Feb. 26. 

1916 ; E 3S0028 ; Cary & co., London. 

Wake n> sweet-heart; waltz by J. H. 
Fazio, of U. S. ; guitar and 1st and 
2nd mandolin or violin or B flat 
clarinet. [3657 

© Feb. 25, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378524; J. H. Fazio, Kay- 
ford, W. Va. 

Waldseligkeit (Alone in the forest) ; 
words by Richard Dehmel, trans- 
lated by Paul England, music by 
Leo Ornstein, of Russia, domiciled 
at New York, op. 33. no. 3. [3658 

© Jan. IS, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378263; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Waltz of the Christmas doll; by 
Mathilde Bilbro, of U. S. : piano 
duet, first grade. [3659 

© Feb. 17. 1916: 2 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377623; Hatch music co., 
Philadelphia. 

Wandering in the memories of 
childhood ; words and music by J. 
P. Hall, of U. S., arr. by George 
Lowell Tracy, of U. S. [3660 

© 1 c. Feb. 5, 1916; E 377458; 
John P. Hall, Lowell, Mass. 

Warszawska polka ; arr. by Louis 
Vitak, of U. S. : concertina ; orch. 
key. [3661 

© Dec. 31. 1915 ; 2 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; 
E 377420 ; Georgi and Vitak music 
co., Chicago. 

Wasp (The) waisted vampires; mu- 
sical comedy in 2 acts, book and 
lyrics by Raymond P. Campbell and 
John W. Fraser. music by P. Egner. 
of L T . S. New York. Carl Fischer. 

[3662 
© Feb. 17. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; D 19658; Philip Egner, West 
Point, N. Y. 

Waters of Venice ; waltz by Albert 

Von Tilzer, of U. S. ; piano. [3663 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 

1916; E 378547; Broadway music 

corp., New York. 

Way down in dear old Georgia "mong 

the pines : words and music by 

Mrs. T. A. Curry, of U. S. [3664 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377379; 

Mrs. T. A. Curry. Bartlesville. Okla. 



Way down in Maine ; words and mu- 
sic by A. W. Barnlund, of U. S. 
12m »- [3665 

© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378562; August William Barn- 
lund. Donovan, 111. 

Way down in my heart, I've got a 
feeling for you; words and music 
by Sam Simmons, of U. S. [3666 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916 ; E 378522 ; S. E. Simmons, Nor- 
folk, Va. 

We are rut little children ; words 
by Alice M. Pugh, music by Ernest 
A. Dicks, of England. (Anniversary 
hymns, no. 86.) 4to. [3667 

© Jan. 31, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 14, 
1916 ; E 367972 ; Bayley & Ferguson, 
Glasgow. 

AVe don't know why we love; words 
by Darl Mac Boyle, music by Gae- 
tano Merola, of U. S. [3668 

© Feb. 10, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 11, 
1916; E 377428; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 

We'll be ready whenever you call ; 
words and music by Frank J. Hol- 
land, of U. S. [3669 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378473; Holland-Hartley 
music pub. co., Terre Haute, Ind. 

We'll build a home in California; 
from the musical farce Suite 16, 
words by G. Norman Reis, music by 
Gus A. Schnabel, of U. S. [3670 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1916; E 378553; 
E. J. Murray music co., Pittsburgh. 

We'll put another star in the Star 
Spangled Banner, the golden star 
of peace ; words by Arthur J. Lamb, 
music by James G. Ellis. [3671 

© 1 c. Feb. 10, 1916; E 377734; 
Phenix music publishers, Chicago. 

We praise Thee, O King. See Men- 
deissohn-Bartholdy (J. L. F.) 

We're coming to take you to heaven ; 
words and music by Arthur Bristow, 
of U. S. [3672 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916 ; E 377708 ; A. W. Perry's sons, 
Sedalia, Mo. 

We're going home to Mary ; patriotic 
song, words and music by Harry 
Goodfellow, of Canada ; voice & 
piano. [3673 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 380024; W^haley, Royce & 
co., ltd., Toronto, Canada. 



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We will rejoice in the Lord ; hymn, 

music by Chas. Eclw. Pollock, of 

U. S. [3674 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 

E 378427 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

We worship before Thee ; words by 
Jennie Ree, of U. S., music by A. S. 
Sullivan. [3675 

© Feb. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1918 ; 
E 377529; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. [Copyright is claimed on 
words only.] 

Wedding bells ; duet or two-part 
chorus, words by S. E. Mekin. mu- 
sic by Alfred Wooler, of U. S. ; 
women's voices. 4to. [3676 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 378388; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Wedding (The) ring; overture bv 
Geo. D. Barnard, of U. S. 1. Band. 
2. Orch. [3677,3678 

© Feb. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. each Feb. 18, 
1916; E 377579, 377578; Fillmore 
bros co., Cincinnati. 

Weihnachts-messe ; no. 3 in G clur, 
von Karl Pembaur, of Germany, op. 
18 ; gemischten chor mit or gel ; par- 
titur u. stimmen. [3679 

© Nov. 15, 1915 ; 1 c. Feb. 15, 1916 ; 
E 369641; Anton Bohm & sohn, 
Augsburg, Germany. 

Werther. See Massenet (J. E. F.) 

West (The) ; poem by Charles Far- 
well Edson, music by Charles Wake- 
field Cadman, of U. S., op. 60; high 
voice and piano. (Three songs from 
the West, no. 1.) [3680 

© Feb. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; 
E 378349; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Western life; Indian cow-boy frolic 
by Ralph A. Williams, of U. S., arr. 
by E. De Lamater, of U. S. ; orch. 

[36S1 
© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1918 ; 
E 377942 ; M. L. Carlson, Chicago. 

Westminster chimes ; by M. S. Bun- 
ker, of U. S. ; piano, treble clef. 

[3682 
© Feb. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378192 ; Myron Secor Bunker, Mt. 
Vernon, N. Y. 

What a wonderful girl you are; 
words and melody bv Joseph Lincoln, 
of U. S., arr. by Win. H. Scott, of 
U. S. [3683 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377392; 
Joseph P. Lincoln, Chicago. 



What are these ; words from Revela- 
tion 7, music by M. L. McPhail, of 
U. S. [3684 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 378439 ; Hope pub. co., Chicago. 

What caee I for gold or silver ; 
words by Jessica Moore, music by 
Paul Lawson, of U. S. (Sounds 
from the play room) [3685 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
1916; E 378265; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

What do you think, nothing (Co 
myslis nic) ; polka arr. by F. Tryner, 
of U. S. 4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. 

[3686, 3687 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. each Feb, 9. 
1916; E 377405, 377407; Georgi & 
Vitak music co., Chicago. 

What is life without seeing your 
sweetheart ; words and music bv 
G. H. Berry. [3688 

© Feb. 21, 1916: 2 c. Feb. 25. 
1916; E 378476; George Howard 
Berry, Cincinnati. 

What time is it? an original musical 
comedy in two acts and dialogue, 
book and lyrics by Horace C. Jen- 
kins, music by Ruth Leat, of U. S. 

[3689 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
D 19661; Walter H. Jenkins, Phila- 
delphia. 

What would you do ; words and music 

by W. H. Wait, of U. S.. arr. by 

[Arthur Mann] of U. S. [3690 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916; E 377389; 

W. H. Wait, Ann Arbor, Mich. 

When a girlie falls in love ; words 

and music bv Jack Burnett, of U. S., 

arr. by Paul Pratt, of U. S. [3691 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378603; 

Milze Derclen Chance, Bryan, Tex. 

When all was young. See Gounod 
(C. F.) 

When I am flying; words by W. H. 
Howells, music by H. Grunn. of 
U. S. ; in D flat. Los Angeles, The 
music shop. [3692 

© Jan. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 3774SS; William Hooper 
Howells and Homer Grunn, Los 
Angeles. 

When I bid the world good bye ; 

words by W. R. Williams, music by 

Carter N. Stahl, of U. S. [3693 

© Jan. 18, 1916 : 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 

E 378599 ; Will Rossiter, Chicago. 



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3711 



When I called you deaeie; words by 

It. C. Allen, music by J. E. Anclino, 

of U. S. [3694 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378321; 

R. C. Allen, Peru, Ind. 

When I deeam of you ; words by J. E. 
Matey, music by A. De George, of 
U. S. [3695 

© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 14, 
1916; E 378517; Jos. E. Matey, 
Luzerne, Pa. 

When I fell in love with you ; 
words by Edward It. Moran and 
Andrew B. Sterling, music by O. M. 
Heinzman. . [3696 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 
1916 ; E 378160 ; Otto M. Heinzman, 
New York. 

When I fiest saw you; from the 
musical farce Suite 16, lyric by G. 
Norman Reis, music by Gus. A. 
Schnabel, of U. S. [3697 

© Feb. 14, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 18, 
1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 25, 1916 ; E 378554 ; 
E. J. Murray music co., Pittsburgh. 

When I foeget you; words by Chas, 
J. Keating, music by Carl Seyb, 
pseud, of Floda Fisher, of U. S., arr. 
by C. J. Keating, of U. S. [3698 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377714; 
Chas. J. Keating, Nanty Glo, Pa. 

When I gaze into y</ur lovely eyes 

of blue ; words by T. A. Hoos, music 

by R. A. Browne, of U. S. [3699 

© 1 c. Feb. 24, 1916; E 377718; 

T. A. Hoos, Columbia City, Ind. 

When I go out to walk. See Wilkin- 
son (G. Jerrard) Four songs about 
children, no. 2. 

When I'm out with you ; words and 

music by I. Berlin, of U. S. [3700 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 

1916 ; E 878183 ; Irving Berlin, inc., 

New York. 

When I used to lead the ballet; 
from See America first, words and 
music by T. Lawrason Riggs and 
Coie Porter, of U. S. [3701 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377681; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

When it comes to women ; song from, 
So long, Letty, words and music by 
Earl Carroll, of U. S. [3702 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24. 
1916; E 377746; Leo. Feist, inc., 
New York. 



When Moysha Macheee sings The 
eosaey they'ee peoud of theie 
Ieisha Yiddisha boy ; words and 
music by James Kendis, of U. S., 
arr. by Ida Warshauer, of U. S. 

[3703 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377836; 
Kendis music pub. co., inc., New 
York. 

When othee lips. See Balfe (M. W.) 

When the Ameeican pudding was 
passed abound ; words by A. Pan- 
enka, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 
of U. S. [3704 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378324; 
Anthony Panenka, Chicago. 

When the boys come maeching 
home; words by Jamie Kelly, music 
by William Cahill, of U. S. [3705 
© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 29, 1916 ; 
E 377814; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

When the bugle calls ; words by S. 
Bork, music by Thomas E. Gir tan- 
ner, of U. S. [3706 
© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377587; 
Svend Bork, Albany. 

When the golden leaves aee falling ; 
words and music by L. B. Tremont, 
of U. S. Nashville, Tenn., Schubert 
pub. co. [3707 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 378513; Laura B. Tremont, Nash- 
ville, Tenn. 

When the kilty lads come home ; 
words and music by J. Ballock Glen 
and Lawrence Wright. [3708 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369818 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 
When the night-time steals the 
day ; words by R. B. Grey, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[3709 

© 1 c. Feb. 9, 1916 ; E 377388 ; R. 

Bruce Grey, Fargo, N. Dak. 

When the snow king kissed the 

eoses ; words by N. H. Arnold, music 

by Loula Farr Young, of U. S. 

[3710 
© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377697; 
Nellie Howell Arnold, Petaluma, Cal. 
When thou commandest me to sing; 
words by Rabindranath Tagore, mu- 
sic by W T illiam G. Hammond, of 
U. S. ; low voice. [3711 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 25, 1916 ; 
E 377803; John Church co., Cincin- 
nati. 



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When Verdi plays the hurdy gurdy ; 
words by Chas. McCarron, music by 
Walter Donaldson, of U. S. [3712 
© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 378550; Broadway music Corp., 
New York. 

When you hear the whistle call; 
song from the operetta, Princess Tra- 
la-la, words by Matthew Woodward, 
music by Josef Strauss, of Austria. 

[3713 
© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 369841 ; Karczag pub. co., inc., 
New York. 

Where blue bells bloom ; song with- 
out words, music by H. Wildermere, 
of U. S. ; piano. [3714 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 378389; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Where did Robinson Crusoe go with 
Friday on Saturday night? lyric 
by Sam M. Lewis and Joe Young, 
music by Geo. W. Meyer, of U. S. 

[3715 
© Mar. 2, 1916 : 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 377906; Waterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Where is a perfect day ; words by 

Mrs. D. Vorhis, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3716 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377607; 

Mrs. Don Vorhis, Torrance, Cal. 

Whebe Minnehaha's falling; words 

by O. T. Aasheim, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [3717 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377593; 

Oliver T. Aasheim, Denver. 

Where the moon plays peek-a-boo; 

words and music by S. C. David, of 

U. S. [3718 

© 1 c. Jan. 15, 1916; E 377893; 

Sara C. David, Carrick, Pa. 

Where the Nola Chucky's gleam- 
ing; words by E. S. Thompson, mu- 
sic by D. E. Seldomridge, of U. S. 

[3719 
© Jan. 31, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 16. 
1916 ; E 377632 ; Edgar S. Thompson, 
Muncie, Ind. 

Where the shamrock grows ; words 
by J. Brandon Walsh, music by Eg- 
bert Van Alstyne, of U. S. [3720 
© Feb. 16. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 
3916; E 377569; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 



Whim (The) ; music arr. by Cecil J. 
Sharp, of England; piano. (Coun- 
try dance tunes, set 8) [3721 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369773; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

WHrp-pooR-wiLL ; trio, music by Carl 
Hahn, of U. S. ; women's voices. 
4to. (Arthur P. Schmidt's octavo 
ed„ no. 664.) [3722 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916: E 377542; Arthur P. Schmidt 
co., Boston. 

Whirligig; to the tune of Woodicock, 
music arr. by Cecil J. Sharp, of Eng- 
land ; piano. (Country dance tunes, 
set 7) [3723 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 24, 
1916; E 369792; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Whisper that you love me dear ; 

words by F. Winegar, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [3724 

© 1 c. Feb. 18, 1916; E 377603; 

Floyd Winegar, Odeholt, la. 

Whispering willows ; intermezzo by 
Victor Herbert, arr. by Harold San- 
ford, of U. S. ; military band. 4to. 

[3725 

© Oct. 30, 1915; 2 c. Feb. 26, 

1916 ; E 377787 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Who killed Cock Robin ; instructive 
piece, first grade, with easy varia- 
tions by M. Greenwald, of U. S. ; 
piano, treble clef only, words ad lib. 

[3726 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378390; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Why don't you come back home 
again ; words by Williarn A. Wilan- 
der, music by Harry De Costa, of 
U. S. [3727 

© 1 c. Feb. 23, 1916; E 378453; 
Broadway music corporation, New 
York. 

Why not take Jesus to-day; words 
by G. Houston Greene, music by C. 
W. Hicks, of U. S. [3728 

© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916; E 377546 ; Clias. Wesley Hicks, 
Madisonville, Tenn. 



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3745 



Wilkinson (G. Jerrard) Four songM 
about children; words by Elizabeth 
B. Piercy and Githa Sowerby, music 
by G. J. Wilkinson, of Great Britain. 
Contents: — 1. O have you been to 
Tired Town. — 2. When I go out to 
walk— 3. In church. — 4. The first 
look. [3729 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 380020; G. Jerrard Wilkin- 
son, London. 

Will-o-the-wisp ; by Cedric W. Le- 
mont, of U. S., op. 16 ; piano. (Play- 
time fancies, no. 5) [3730 
© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377675 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

W t illis (The) collection, no. 167 ; 
volksweise, edited by Walter H. Ai- 
ken, of U. S. ; [arr. for school use]. 
8vo. [3731 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; E 378472; Willis music co., 
Cincinnati. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement] 

Winter sport ; words by L. Dovle, mu- 
sic by J. E. Andino, of U. S. * [3732 
© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 378326; 
Lottie Doyle, Houghton, Mich. 

With a rose ; words by Frank Demp- 
ster Sherman, music by Ivy Green 
Hummel, arr. by Homer B. Hatch, of 
U. S. ; men's voices. 4to. [3733 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377457; W 7 illis music co., Cincin- 
nati. [Copyright is claimed on the 
arrangement.] 

Wojna ; opracowal Antoni Jax, of 

U. S., op. 21. [3734 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 

E 377485 ; W. H. Sajewski, Chicago. 

Wonderful land of dreams; words 
and music by J. A. G. Haman, of 
U. S. [3735 

© 1 c. Feb. 11, 1916; E 377460 
James A. Gordon Haman, Elmhurst. 
X. Y. 

Wondrous (A) rose; words by Gar- 
field Kilgour, music by Eunice Waite 
Burnham, of U. S. ; high voice in 
A flat. [3736 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 21, 
1916; E 377674; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Won't you sing that old sweet song; 

words and music by M. E. Cal- 

breath, of U. S. [3737 

© 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916; E 377646; 

Mary Evelene Calbreath, New York. 



Woo-Dell; Chinese intermezzo by 
Ralph A. Williams, of U. S., arr. by 
E. De Lamater, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[3738 
© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377943 ; M. L. Carlson, Chicago. 

Wood (The) nymph's story; by My- 
ron Esterbrook, of Germany, op. 9; 
piano. (Ten recreations, no. 3.) 

[3739 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380090; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Wooden shoe dance ; by Myron Ester- 
brook, of Germany, op. 9; piano. 
(Ten recreations, no. 7.) [374C 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380091; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

Woodicock. See Whirling. 

Woodman march ; by B. Luedecking, 

of U. S. : piano. [3741 

© Feb. 15. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 18, 

1916; E 378316; Benno Luedecking, 

Kalamazoo, Mich. 

Worm that turned. See Gardener's 
story. 

Would you come to me; words by 
Ed. Teschemacher, music by Edgar 
P. Bid well, of England, in key of 
C and E flat. [3742 

© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 1 c. each Feb. 15, 
1916; E 369642: Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd. : . London. 

Wrist staccato. See Graham (Jas- 
per) Six sight-reading studies, 
no. 5. 

Yaaka hula hickey dula; words by 
E. Ray Goetz and Joe Young, music 
by Pete Wendling, of U. S. [3743 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 19, 1916 ; 
E 378360; W 7 aterson, Berlin & Sny- 
der co., New York. 

Yankee Doodle: bv M. Greenwald, of 
U. S. ; pf., words ad lib. [3744 

© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378266; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Yea North division ; words by Harold 
Friedman, music by N. Slepyan, of 
U. S. [3745 

© Jan. 31, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 377517; Norman Slepyan, Chi- 
cago. 

Year's at the spring. See Oh to be in 
England. 



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You are the one dearie ; words and 
music by It. D. Higginbotham, of 
U. S. [3746 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377851; 
It. D. Higginbotham, San Francisco. 

You can't get along with 'em or 

WITHOUT 'EM, YOU'VE GOT TO HAVE 

'em, that's all; fox-trot by Fred 
Fischer, arr. by TV. P. Mackie, of 
U. S. ; orchestra. [3747 

© Feb. 14, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 16, 1916 ; 
E 378179; Leo. Feist, inc., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Y'ou changed the sunshine to shad- 
ows, when you said goodbye; poem 
by James Lonergan, melody by A. 
Tallman, of U. S. [3748 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377935 ; Arthur Tallman, Shelton, 
Conn. 

You'd better raise your boy to be a 
soldier; words by John McA. Stir- 
ling, music by Robert B. Stirling, of 
U. S., arr. by Fred L. Neddermeyer, 
of U. S. [3749 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377933 ; Fredrick Lewis & co., De- 
troit. 

You gave me a rosary; words and 
music by Fred Godfrey, A. J. Mills 
and Bennett Scott, of England. 

[3750 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 369822 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

You gave me love; words by A. J. 
Mills, music by Bennett Scott, of 
England. [3751 

© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 1 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 3S0006 ; Star music pub. co., Lon- 
don. 

You'll be there; one step, by Ernest 
R. Ball, arr. by T. M. Taylor, of 
U. S. ; military band. 4to. [3752 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 26, 1916 ; 
E 377786 ; M. Witmark & sons, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement] 



orch. 



[3753 



© Feb. 16, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 25, 
1916 ; E 377778 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



You'll have to gallop some ; from 
Robinson Crusoe, jr., words by Har- 
old Atteridge, music by Sigmund 
Romberg, of Austria, domiciled at 
New York. [3754 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 24, 
1918; E 377719; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

YOU LOVE ME A LITTLE, I'LL LOVE YOU A 
LITTLE, THAT'LL MAKE THE WORLD GO 

'round ; words and music by Jack 
Gardner, of TJ. S. [3755 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377427 ; Gardner and Moritz, Dal- 
las. 

You're all the world to me ; words 
by Lester Palmer, music by J. W. 
Conrad, of TJ. S. [3756 

© Jan. 28. 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378454; James W. Conrad, 
Brooklyn, N. Y. 

You're just like an angel to me ; 
words by Andrew K. Allison, music 
by James Kendis, of U. S. [3757 
© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
E 377839; Kendis music pub. co., 
inc.. New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on new melody for chorus.] 

You're the only girl for me; words 
and music by J. D. Sickler, of U. S. 

[3758 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 28, 1916 ; 
E 378556 ; J. D. Sickler, Ogden, la. 

You're the sweetest of all, my own 
Virginia rose; words by Gracie 
Deagon, music by Homer C. Dickin- 
son, arr. by Harry P. Small, of U. S. 

[3759 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 11, 1916 ; 
E 377443; Emmett J. Welch, Phila- 
delphia. 
You've been a while away ; words by 
Hickman-Smith, music by George 
Hay, of Great Britain; recitation 
with piano ace. (Musical mono- 
logues, no. 143.) [3760 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 369690; Reynolds & co., 
London. 
You won't find a love like mine ; 
words and music by O. M. Heinzman, 
of U. S. [3761 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 15, 

1916 ; E 378159 ; Otto M. Heinzman, 

New York. 

Youth and beauty; waltz by Frank 

W. McKee, of U. S. ; piano. [3762 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 29, 
1916; E 377832; G. Ricordi & co.. 
New Y'ork. 



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3767 



Z JICINSKEHO KEAJE POLKA; by 

Stehllk, arr. by Louis Vitak, of U. S. 
4to. 1. Band. 2. Orch. 

[3763, 3764 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. each Feb. 
9, 1916 ; E 377409, 377410 ; Georgi & 
Yitak music co., Chicago. 

Zehn alte tanzweisen ; aus dem no- 
tenbuch der Anna Magdalena Bach 
( 1725 ) , f rei bearbeitet von Paul Klen- 
gel, of Germany ; violine und piano. 

[3765 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 380094; N. Simrock, g. m. b. h., 
Berlin. 



Zion is fbee; music by S. S. Myers, 
of U. S. ; solo & chorus. 

[3766 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916 ; E 378406 ; Hope pub. co., Chi- 
cago. 

\ MINUTE VIOLONCELLO STUDIES \ Writ- 
ten, composed and invented by W. E. 
Whitehouse, of England. 

[3767 

© Jan. 28, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 15, 
1916; E 367996; Joseph Williams, 
ltd., London. 



Number of entries included in Part 3 of the Catalogue since Jan. 1 , 1916 : 

Class D, Dramatico-musical compositions (including 8 unpublished)- 20 
Class E, Musical compositions (including 610 unpublished) 3,747 



Total 3, 767 



231 



LIST OF MUSIC OF WHICH THE SUBSISTING COPYRIGHT HAS BEEN 
RENEWED AND EXTENDED UNDER SEC. 24 OF THE ACT OF MARCH 
4, 1909. [3767 



Alpine storm ; by C. Kunkel, op. 105 ; 
piano. [1 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no 8048, Feb. 16, 191(3. Origi- 
nal entry, Apr. 3, 1888, no. 9849. 

• Enl. ed. [2 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8053, Feb. 16, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, June 4, 1888, no. 16143. 

! duet by C. Kunkel, op. 105 ; piano. 

[3 
© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8050, Feb. 16, 1916. Origi- 
nal entry, Apr. 27, 1888, no. 12279. 

Are you coming while He calls ; by 
P. P. Bilhorn. [4 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8063, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 16, 1888, 
no. 32538. 

Carnival of Venice ; with easy vari- 
ations for young pianists, by T. P. 
Ryder. [5 

© by Eliza J. Ryder, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8083, Feb. 26, 
1916. Original entry, June 13, 1888, 
no. 17009. 

Chanson des Alps (Song of the Alps) ; 
fantasie de concert by T. P. Ryder, 
op. 51; four hands. [6 

© by Eliza J. Ryder, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as 
widow of the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8084, Feb. 26, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 30, 1888, 
no. 34141. 
Child (A) or the King; words by 
Julia H. Johnston", music by P. Bil- 
horn. [7 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8058, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 16, 1888, 
no. 32533. 



Children's school songs; by J. C. 
Macy. [8 

© by James C. Macy, Winter Hill, 
Mass., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8085, Feb. 
28, 1916. Original entry. Apr. 23, 
1888, no. 11879. 

Child's song book; by Mary H. How- 
liston. [9 

© by M. H. Howliston, Chicago, 
as the author, in renewal for 28 
years. Renewal no. 7988, Feb. 2, 
1916. Original entry, June 28, 1888, 
no. 18481. 

Cyclone of song; by C. E. Leslie. 

[10 
© by Allie B. Leslie, Madison, 
Wis., as widow of the author, in re- 
newal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8071, Feb. 23, 1916. Original entry, 
Mar. 16, 1888, no. 7814. 

Fantasie; iiber ungarische volksmelo- 
dien, by Franz Liszt [pseud, of 
Chas. Kunkel] ; piano. [11 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8047, Feb. 16, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Mar. 9, 1888, no. 7407. 

He giveth power to the faint ; words 
by Julia H. Johnston, music by P. 
Bilhorn. [12 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 vears. Renewal no. 8056, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, June 18, 1888, 
no. 17434. 

He knoweth ye have need ; words by 
Julia H. Johnston, music by P. Bil- 
horn. [13 
© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 vears. Renewal no. 8064, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 16, 1888, 
no. 32539. 

I will" follow Thee7 my Savior; by 
P. P. Bilhorn. [14 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 vears. Renewal no. 8060, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 16, 1888, 
no. 32535. 



233 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 

pt. in, n. s., v. 11, no. 3. 1916. 



Ideals ; valse caprice, by August J. 
Beckmann [pseud, of Chas. Kun- 
kel] ; piano. [15 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8045, Feb. 16, * 1916. 
Original entry, Feb. 25, 1888, no. 
6012. 

In eveeything give thanks ; words 
by Julia H. Johnston, music by P. 
Bilhorn. [16 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8057, Feb. 
19. 1916. Original entry, June 18, 
1888, no. 17435. 

Jesus is coming ; words by Jessie E. 
S trout, music by P. Bilhorn. [17 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8059, Feb. 

19, 1916. Original entry, Nov. 16. 
1888, no. 32534. 

Joyful pastimes ; by E. R. Kroeger, 
op. 20, no. 5 ; piano. [18 

© by E. R. Kroeger, % Kunkel bros. 
music co., St. Louis, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 8051, Feb. 16, 1916. Original 
entry, Apr. 27, 1888, no. 12281. 

Leslie's day school gems ; by C. E. 
Leslie. [19 

© by Allie B. Leslie, Madison, 
Wis., as widow of the author, in 
renewal for 28 years. Renewal no. 
8072, Feb. 23, 1916. Original entry, 
July 23, 1888, no. 21091. 

Manana ; Chilian dance by J. M. Mis- 
sud ; military band. [20 

© by Jean M. Missud, Salem, 
Mass., as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8078, Feb. 
24, 1916. Original entry, May 25, 
1888, no. 15308. 

On the lake; by E. R. Kroeger, op. 

20, no. 8. [21 
© by E. R. Kroeger, % Kunkel bros. 

music co., St. Louis, as the author, 
in renewal for 28 years. Renewal 
no. 8049, Feb. 16, 1916. Original 
entry, Apr. 19, 1888, no. 11494. 



Po-ho-no waltzes (Night wind) ; by 
E. H. Bailey, op. 275; piano. [22 

© by Eben H. Bailey, % White- 
Smith music pub. co., Boston, as the 
author, in renewal for 28 years. 
Renewal no. 8082, Feb. 26, 1916. 
Original entry, June 2. 1888, no. 
15987. 

Polo ; galop de concert, by Leon Dink- 
greve, transcribed as duet by Carl 
Sidus [pseud, of Chas. Kunkel; 
piano. [23 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8046, Feb. 16, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, Feb. 25, 1888, no. 6013. 

Royal waltz ; by C. T. Sisson [pseud, 
of Charles Kunkel] ; piano. [24 

© by Charles Kunkel, % Kunkel 
bros. music co., St. Louis, as the au- 
thor, in renewal for 28 years. Re- 
newal no. 8052, Feb. 16, 1916. Orig- 
inal entry, May 19, 1888, no. 14719. 

Seek the Loed and His steength ; 
words by Julia H. Johnston, music 
by P. Bilhorn. [25 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8062, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 16, 1888, 
no. 32537. 

We would see Jesus; words by Julia 
H. Johnston, music by P. Bilhorn. 

[26 
© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8061, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Nov. 16, 1888, 
no. 32536. 

What will youe haevest be; words 
by Julia H. Johnston, music by P. 
Bilhorn. [27 

© by Peter Philip Bilhorn, Chi- 
cago, as the author, in renewal for 
28 years. Renewal no. 8055, Feb. 19, 
1916. Original entry, Feb. 23, 1888, 
no. 5805. 



234 



LIST OF THE MUSIC USED OR LICENSED TO BE USED FOR THE MAN- 
UFACTURE OF PARTS OF INSTRUMENTS SERVING TO PRODUCE 
MECHANICALLY THE MUSICAL WORK UNDER SEC. (1) E OF THE ACT 
OF MAR. 4, 1909. [3767 



All I want is a cottage, some roses 
and you ; by C. K. Harris. [28 

© Chas. K. Harris. New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 21. 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 191. 

Allah, give me mine. [29 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 15, 1916; recorded 
v. 2, p. 197. 

Are you half the man your mother 
thought you'd be. [30 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 13, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 197. 

Bantam step. [31 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Bells (The) of Lee; words by Fred 
E. Weatherly, music by Stephen 
Adams. [32 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 4, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 

Bells (The) of Rheims ; words by 
Henry de Vere Stackpoole, music by 
Edwin H. Lemare. # [33 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 4, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 

Betty (The) Lee valse. [34 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 1916 ; recorded, 
y. 2, p. 192. 

Boomerang ; by Lithgow. [35 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 197. 

Butterfly (The) ; country dance by 
Cecil J. Sharp. [36 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 9. 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 

Charlotte waltz. See Hip, hip, hoo- 
ray. 



Charmeuses (Les) (The charmers) ; 

by Alex. Maitinsky. [37 

© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 17, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 

p. 191. 

Circus in the moon. See Pom Pom. 

Cold turkey; one step. [38 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., inc., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 14, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 197. 

Come back to Erin, Mona darling. 

[39 
© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 197. 

Cumberland. [40 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Cupid's caress. [41 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 15, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 197. 

Danzas espagnoles ; by Enrique Gra- 

nados, op. 37. [42 

© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Feb. 17, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 

p. 191. 

Dear heart I love ; words by Gunby 
Hadath, music by Florence Aylward. 

[43 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 18, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 192. 

DO WHAT YOUR MOTHER DID, I'LL DO 

the same as your dad ; song. [44 
© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Down where the Swanee River 

flows. [45 

© Broadway music corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; 

recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 



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CATALOGUE OF COPYRIGHT ENTRIES 



3767 (46) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 1] 



Evelyn. [46 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Mar. 8, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 

See also Pom Pom. 

Extase d'amoue ; by Roze. [47 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 195. 

Fate is such a mystic puzzle. [48 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

Flambokough sword dance; sword 

dance by Cecil J. Sharp. [49 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 194. 

From Italy ; arr. by Otto Langey. [50 
© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Mar. 3, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 
195. 

GlRL O' MY HEAKT. [51 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 21, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 191. 

GIVE A LITTLE CREDIT TO YOUR DAD ', 

song. [52 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Goddesses ; country dance by Cecil J. 

Sharp. [53 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 194. 

Goose step; novelty one step by E. 

Platzmann. [54 

© Church, Paxson & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 17, 1916; 

recorded, v. 2, p. 191. 

Guide me on, Rives Amazon. [55 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 195. 

Harlequin ; by Roberts. [56 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 197. 

Heart o' th' heather. [57 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 193. 



Hello Hawaii, how are you. [58 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Hip, hip, hooray; selection intro. 
Ladder of roses, Charlotte waltz, 
Jack and Jill. [59 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

Honkey tonkey ; one step. [60 

© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Honolulu Lou, [61 

© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc., New York. Notice' rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Hurdy-gurdy waltz ; by W. H. Rees. 

[62 
© William H. Rees, New York. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 26, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 193. 

I CAN TELL BY THE WAY THAT YOU 

dance, dear; by Rudolf Friml. [63 
© G Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 17, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 191. 

I DIDN'T KNOW THAT LOVIN' WAS SO 

good; song. [64 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

I don't hate to go see a Gypsy, to 

KNOW THAf I'M IN LOVE WITH YOU. 

[65 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

I LOST MY HEART IN HONOLULA. [66 

© Song review co., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 16, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 197. 

I'm neutral ; words by Herman Gant- 

voort, music by Leon De Costa. [67 

© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 

York. Notice rec'd Mar. 7, 1916; 

recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

I NEVER WAS NEARER HEAVEN IN MY 
LIFE. [68 

© Waterson. Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 
1916: recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 



9.3fi 



NOTICES OE USER 



no. 3, 1916 



3767 (91) 



I WANT ALL THE WORLD TO KNOW ; by 

Rudolf Friml. [69 

© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 
rec'd Feb. 17, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 
p. 191. 

IF I WERE A FLOWER IN THE GARDEN OF 
LOVE. [70 

© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

If you don't want me, send me to my 

MA. [71 

© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

In the dark. See Pom Pom. 

Irish love. [72 

© Leo Edwards, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 195. 

It's a hundred to one you're in love. 

[73 
© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

It's the woman who pays. [74 

© Song review co., inc., New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 16, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 197. 

It was in the time of roses. [75 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
21, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Jack and Jill See Hip, hip, hooray. 

Jamaica; country dance by Cecil J. 

Sharp. [76 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 194. 

Kirby Malzeard sword dance; sword 

dance by Cecil J. Sharp. [77 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. 

Notice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, 

v. 2, p. 194. 

Kiss me. See Pom Pom. 

Ladder of roses. See Hip, hip. 
hooray. 

Lass o' my dreams. [78 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 193. 

Lillian (The) Russell waltz. [79 
© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 



Little (The) road home; words by 
Fred E. Weatherly, music by A. 
Herbert Brewer. [80 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 4, 1916; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 194. 

Little Rose among the roses ; words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Robert 
Coningsby Clarke. [81 

© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 18, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 192. 

Love is the springtime of life. [82 
© Harczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

Love's victory waltzes ; by R. C. Har- 

wood. [83 

© Church, Paxson & co., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 17, 1916; 

recorded, v. 2, p. 191. 

Luana Lou. [84 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 

Maja (The) and the nightingale; 

from the opera Goyescas, by Enrique 

Granados. [85 

© G. Schirmer, New York. Notice 

rec'd Mar. 1, 1916; recorded, v. 2, 

p. 193. 

Miss Columbia. [86 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co.. 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 

1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Mon desir. [87 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 

See also Pom Pom. 

My Madonna, Mary mine. [88 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 
My mother's rosary. [89 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 21. 
1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 
My sweetheart; words and music by 
Lily Strickland. [90 

© Boosey & co., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 4, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 
Never let the same bee sting you 
twice; song. [91 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 



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3767 (92) 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Oh, the music is sublime. [92 

© Karezag pub. co., inc.. New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

On the Hoko Moko Isle. [93 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

On the eoad to happiness. [94 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 196, 

On the shore at Le Lei Wi. [95 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 
Only a dad. [96 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 2, p. 194. 
Over the river Charles. [97 

© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 
Papers ! Papers ! [98 

© Karezag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 
Passing show of 1915 ; opening cho- 
rus, act 1, by Leo Edwards. [99 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 1, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 193. 
Pelele (El) ; by Enrique Granados. 

[100 
© G. Schirmer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Feb. 17, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 191. 
Pierrot and Piereette. [101 

© Leo Edwards, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 195. 
Pom Pom. [102 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

selection intro. Evelyn, Pom Pom, 

Mon desir, Kiss me, In the dark. 

[103 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 

selection intro. Pom Pom, In the 

dark, Mon desir, Evelyn, Kiss me, 
Circus in the moon. [104 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Mar. 8. 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 



Pretty please. [105 

© Harry Von Tilzer music pub. 
co., New York. Notice rec'd Mar. 1, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

PUEE GOLD IS MY SECURITY. [106 

© Karezag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

Roll your Yiddische eyes for me; 

song. [107 

© Broadway music Corp., New 

York. Notice rec'd Feb. 24, 1916; 

recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Row well ye mariners ; country dance 
by Cecil J. Sharp. [108 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 

She's your girl and my giel. [109 

© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

She was a giel I used to know. 

[110 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916: 
recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

Since mothee goes to movie shows. 

[Ill 

© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

Sleep and the roses. [112 

© J. H. Larway, London, by T. 

B. Harms & Francis, Day & Hunter, 

New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 26, 

1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Somewhere a voice is calling; med- 
ley waltz, intro. Sunshine of your 
smile; orch. [113 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 
Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 
Mar. 11, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

Somewhere in France. [114 

© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc.. New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

Southlandees ; by Lithgow. [115 

© Carl Fischer, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916 ; recorded, v 
2, p. 197. 
Staeland. [116 

© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1916 ; re- 
corded, v. 2, p. 194. 



238 



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no. 3, 1916 



3767 (132) 



Sunshine of youe smile. See Some- 
where a voice is calling. 

Sybil ; selection by Victor Jacobi. 

[117 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 195. 

Theee meet ; country dance by Cecil 
J. Sharp. [118 

© Novello & co., ltd., London. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 

TlDESWELL PEOCESSIONAL MOEEIS ; mor- 

ris dance by Sharp and Macllwaine. 

[119 
© Novello & co., ltd., London. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 9, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 194. 

Twilight deeams. [120 

© Shapiro, Bernstein & co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 193. 

Wake up Ameeica. [121 

© Leo Feist, inc., New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 
2, p. 195. 

Waltz or mine; by Victor Jacobi. 

[122 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 29, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 193. 

Watees of Venice. [123 

© Broadway music Corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

Weee I with you; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Guy D'Hardelot. 

[124 
© Chappell & co., ltd., London. 
Notice rec'd Feb. 18, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 192. 



When I look back and think of you. 

[125 
© F. B. Haviland pub. co., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 6, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

When I went to school with you. 

[126 
© Maurice Richmond music co., 
inc., New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 
18, 1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

When Veedi plays the huedy guedy. 

[127 
© Broadway music corp., New 
York. Notice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 196. 

When you heae the whistle call. 

[128 
© Karczag pub. co., inc., New 
York. Notice rec'd Feb. 28, 1916; 
recorded, v. 2, p. 194. 

Will-of-the-wisp. [129 

© T. B. Harms & Francis, Day & 

Hunter, New York. Notice rec'd 

Mar. 8, 1916; recorded, v. 2, p. 195. 

Y T AAKA HULA HICKEY DULA. [130 

© Waterson, Berlin & Snyder co., 
New York. Notice rec'd Feb. 21, 
1916 ; recorded, v. 2, p. 192. 

YOODLE-EE-YOODLE-EE-YOU. [131 

© Leo Edwards, New York. No- 
tice rec'd Mar. 10, 1916 ; recorded, v. 
2, p. 197. 

You'll be to blame foe it all. [132 

© M. Witmark & sons, New York. 
Notice rec'd Mar. 15, 1916 ; recorded, 
v. 2, p. 197. 



239 



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ABC DEAMATIC SET, no 12; 1, 2, 3, 

4, Hy. mysterioso or dramatic, illust. 
the plotting or setting of the fire, 
etc., composed and adapted by E. 
Luz, of U. S. ; orchestra with piano 
ace. 4to. [3768 

© Mar. 11. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 382157; Ernst Luz, New 
York. 

no 13; 1, 2, & 3 Agitato— hurry, 

concerted movement illustrating agi- 
tation, turmoil, etc., composed and 
adapted by E. Luz, of U. S. ; or- 
chestra with piano ace. 4to. [3769 
© Mar. 11. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 382156; Ernst Luz, New 
York. 

no. 14 ; for heavy pathetic or 



romantic scenes, composed and arr. 
by E. Luz, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[3770 

© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379179; Ernst Luz, New 

York. [Copyright is claimed on 

melody and arrangement] 

Adrian watz ; by P. K. van Yorx, of 
U. S. ; piano. 

©Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1916 ; 
E 382112; Percival K. van Yorx, 
Meriden, Conn. [3771 

Advance (The) of the regiment; 
march by H. J. Crosby, of U. S. ; 
band. 4to. [3772 

© Mar. 24. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379157; Filmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

After glow ; reverie serenade by 
Harry J. Lincoln, of U. S., arr. by 
F. H. Losey, of U. S. ; orch., with 
piano ace. 4to. [3773 

© Mar. 29. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379256; Yandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

; words by Jacob E. Meeker, music 

by Gerald Tyler, of U. S. ; piano ace. 
with violin obligate. [3774 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379313; Shattinger piano 
& music co., St. Louis. 

Again O God we meet ; See Scott 
(Charles P. ) . Four responces, no. 3. 



Ah love were i a king; words and 
music by F. C. Sturdevant, of U. S., 
arr. by Charles X. O'Brien, of U. S. 

[3775 
© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1916; E 377959; 
Florence Cleveland Sturdevant, El- 
mira, N. Y. 

Ahi wela (Burning love) ; arr. by 
F. L. Littig, of U. S. ; steel guitar 
duet. [3776 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 379261; Frank L. Littig, 
Los Angeles. 

Aida. Sec (Giuseppe). 

Air varie. See Verdi (Giuseppe). 

Alabama (The) toledo ; words and 
music by W. B. Overstreet, of U. S. 

[3777 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; E 378759 ; W. 

Benton Overstreet, Kansas City, Mo. 

Alladin's bungalow ; a song hit, words 

and music by Ange Lorenzo. [3778 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 

E 378670; Otto Eggbert Sovereign, 

Bay City, Mich. 

Album of twelve pieces for piano- 
forte. See Scharwenka (F. X.) 

Album pour la jeunesse. See Scu- 
mann (R. A.). 

Albumleaf. See Nicode (Jean Louis), 
Six aphorisms. 

Alethea; valse lente by Frederick 
Manns ; piano solo. 

[3779 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 
E 369872; E Osborne & co., ltd., 
London. 

All America; inarch by J. S. Zamec- 

nik, of U. S. ; piano. [3780 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 14, 

1916; E 382086; Sam Fox pub. co., 

Cleveland. 

All (The) atoning blood; words and 
music by Mrs. C. H. Morris, of U. S. 

[3781 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378794; Meyer & brother, 
Chicago. 



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8782 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



All hail, Minnesota; words by Mrs. 

S. L. Howell, music by J. Lincoln 

Hall, of U. S. [3782 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916; E 379293; Hall-Mack co., 

Philadelphia. 
All through the night (Ar hyd y 

nos) ; four-part song, old Welsh air, 

arr. by J. Christopher Marks, of 

U. S. ; women's voices. [3783 

© Mar. 9, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 

1916; E 382034; G. Ricordi & co., 

inc., New York. 
Allegro de concert. See Chopin 

(F. F.) 
Alleluia, Christ our king. See 

Dressier (Louis R.), Six Easter 

carols, 11th series. 
Alleluia, hearts and voices. See 

Dressier (Louis R.), Six Easter 

carols. 
Aloha oe; waltzes arr. by Geo. P. 

Howard, played by Wm. E. Berge, 

of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 

rolls G13124.) [3784 

© Oct. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 379204 ; American piano co. 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 
(Farewell to thee) ; arr. by 

F. W. Ambrosio, of U. S. ; violin and 
piano. [3785 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 

1916; E 379009; Carl Fischer, New 

York. 

Alone at last; selection from the 

operetta by Franz Lehar, arr. by 

G. Merola, of Austria ; piano. [3786 
© Oct. 29, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 25, 

1916; E 380188; Karczag pub. co. 
inc., New York. 

■ waltzes from the operetta, music 

by Franz Lehar, of Austria; piano. 

[3787 
© Oct. 29, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380187; Karczag pub. co., 
inc., New York. 
Along life's highway; words by 
Birdie Bell, music by Sam'l W. Beaz- 
ley, of U. S. [3788 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1916; E 378584; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 
Along the stream that flows in 
Argentine ; words by Carl A. Bohrer, 
music by J. E. Woolley, of U. S. 
St. Louis, Mellinger music pub. co. 

[3789 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379148 ; J. Edward Woolley, 
Evansville, Ind. 



Alsatian folksong; adapted by Rene 
L. Becker, of U. S., op. 52 ; piano. 
(Scenes from childhood, no. 11.) 

[3790 
© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379282; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Alway so ; poem by A. M. Lyon, music 
adapted by W. R. Hedden, of U. S. 

[3791 
© Mar. 19, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20 
1916; E 382212; A. Maynard Lyon 
New York. 

America first ; a march of the States, 
by John Philip Sousa, of U. S. ; 
piano. [3792 

© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18 
1916; E 382185; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 

one or two-step march, by Howard 

Kocian, of U. S. ; piano. [3793 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1916 ; 
E 382043 ; Buck & Lowney, St. Louis. 

American grand national march, no. 
1; by O. Vikoren, of U. S. ; band, 
25 parts. [3794 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 382109; 
Ole Vikoren, Arapahoe, Nebr. 

American (The) national hymn; 
text reconstructed and music by A. F. 
Denghausen, of U. S. 4to. [3795 

© Mar. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1916; E 379107; Alfred F. Deng- 
hausen, Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on reconstructed words, ad- 
ditions, and piano accompaniment to 
melody.] 

Among the poppies. See From the 
country-side. 

Angelina mine, yes ! no ! ; words by 
C. E. Gould, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [3796 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382015; 
C. E. Gould, Oakland, Cal. 

Angels of Mons ; rgve mystique by 
Sydney Baldock, arr. by Henry 
Geehl, of England; full orchestra 
with piano conductor. 4to. [3797 

© Mar. 22, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1916; E 380161; Gould & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



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no. 4, 1916 



3815 



Angels that around us hovee; an- 
gelus from the opera Maritana, by 
William Vincent Wallace, ed. by 
James M. McLaughlin, of U. S. ; for 
mixed or unchanged voices. 4to. 
(In The coda, no. 438.) [3798 

© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 
E 379423 ; Ginn & co., Boston. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Anileda; Spanish waltz, by S. Cam- 
bria, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York, op. 24 ; mandolin orch. [3799 
© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 377972; Stellario Cambria, New 
York. 

Apple blossoms ; intermezzo, by Bruce 
Metcalfe, of Great Britain, op. 75; 
piano. [3800 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 23, 1916 ; 
E 380153; B. F. Wood music co., 
Boston. 

April song ; words by Sarah H. Birch- 
all, music by Marshall Bartholomew, 
of U. S. ; high voice. [3801 

© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916: E 379129; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Arabesque ; by Frank Bridge, of Great 
Britain; piano solo. [3802 

© Feb. 2, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 
E 380112 ; Augener ltd., London. 

■ by G. Karganoff, arr. by Richard 

Keys Biggs, of U. S. ; organ, obi. 
8vo. [3803 

© Mar. 15. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 378959; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Are we prepared ; words and music by 

W. H. Rerrins, of U. S. voice and 

pin no. [3804 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378636; 

William H. Perrins, Newark, N. J. 

Are you counted in ; words by E. E. 
Hewitt, music by Chas. H. Marsh, of 
U. S. [3805 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378589 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Ark ( The ) of peace ; words and mu- 
sic by F. J. Lowe, of U. S., arr. by 
W. H. Nelson, of U. S. [3806 

© Dec. 10, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 30, 
1915; E 379262; Francis J. Lowe, 
New York. 

Army (The) of the dead. See 
France (Leo) Five poems. 



As a bird; words by W. I. Lincoln 

Adams, music by Herbert E. Hyde, 

of U. S. ; high voice. [3807 

© Apr. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 

E 379412 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Asia Minor and you; words by Cole- 
man Goetz, music by Joe Cooper, of 
U. S. [3808 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378710; Shapiro, Bernstein & co., 
inc., New York. 

Ask dad, he knows ; words by L. Har- 
land Mischler, music by Louis I. 
Wolfe, of U. S. Cleveland, O., 
Cleveland music co. [3809 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379315; L. I. Wolfe, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Asperges me ; edited by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; words and mel- 
ody. (Catholic school music, no. 4.) 
Contents : — Vidi aquam, and [2 re- 
sponses.] [3810 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426573 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Assemblyman (The) ; march two step 
by Everett J. Evans, of U. S. ; arr. 
by Mackie-Beyer, of U. S. ; mili- 
tary band. 4to. [3811 
© Mar. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 379026; J. W. Pepper and 
son, Philadelphia. 



orch. 4to. 



[3812 



© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1916; E 382359; J. W. Pepper and 
son, Philadelphia. 

At dawning; music by Chnrles Wake- 
field Cadman, of U. S. Arr. by 
composer, for piano. [3813 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1916 ; 
E 382211; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

At sunset ; by It. B. Brewer, played 
by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls H 12814.) 

[3814 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 869952 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

At the crossroads ; four-part chorus, 
words by Richard Hovey, music by 
Marshall Bartholomew, of U. S. ; 
men's voices. (Secular octavo chor- 
uses, no. 6291.) [3815 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378747 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

At the fair. See From the country- 
side. 



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1816 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



At the jungle town ball; words and 

music by Batson and Glennie Clark, 

of U. S. [3816 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382125; 

Milton Batson, Wiggins, Miss. 

Atminciai (Valandeles) ; muzika, M. 
Petrauskas, of Russia, domiciled at 
Boston ; Kvartetas, sopranui, altui, 
tenorui ir bassui. [3817 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377304 ; Mikas Petrauskas, Boston. 

Auf dem kirchhofe. See BiTilime 
( Johannes ) . 

Ave Regina; music by M. A. Melvil, 
arr. by Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices and organ. [3818 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 378859 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed in arrange- 
ment.] 

Awake, arise ; Easter anthem, words 
from the Scriptures, music by H. 
Clough-Leighter, of U. S., op. 63, no. 
1 ; mixed voices and organ. 4to. 

[3819 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 

E 382039 ; Boston music co., Boston. 

Awake out of sleep; words from 
Romans xiii, music by Roland Big- 
gie, of U. S. ; mixed voices and 
organ. [3820 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 37SS52; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Awake, thou tliat sleepest, Easter 
Anthem, music by Arthur Bergh, of 
U. S. ; mixed chorus with organ ace. 
(Octavo church music, no. 6460.) 

[3821 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9. 1916 ; 
E 378746 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

words scriptural music by 



Warren W. Adams, of U. S. ; four 
mixed voices and organ. 4to. [3822 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378850; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Awake up, my gloey ; Easter anthem, 
words scriptural, music by John E. 
West, of U. S. ; mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [3823 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 378860 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Babes in the wood; fox trot from 
Very good Eddie, by Jerome Kern, 
of U. S.; piano. [3824 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379143; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter, New York. 



Baby in dreamland ; words and music 
by I. C. Gavette, of U. S. [3825 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 377997; 
Ida Cecelia Gavette, Grand Junc- 
tion, Colo. 

Bach (Johann Sebastian). Prelude 
et fugree d'orgue en ut mineur; de 
J. S. Bach, interprete et transcrit 
par Theodore Szanto, of Austria, 
pour piano. [3826 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 369969; E. Demets, Paris. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion.] 

Back home to you ; words and music 
by L. A. Berger and G. H. McCauley. 

[3827 
© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378992; McCauley-Berger 
Co., Baltimore. 

Back in my mother's loving care ; 
words and music by O. J. Tharp, of 
U. S. [3828 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 379268; Oscar Jefferson 
Tharp, Brimfield, 111. 
Back in 1869; words by Leslie W. 
Craig, music by Andrew Day, of 
U. S. [3829 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379335; Andrew Day co., 
Medora, 111. 

Back o'er the hills to mother ; 
words by M. S. Cornman, jr., music 
by Robert Van Sickle, of U. S. 

[3830 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1916; E 382342; 

Martin S. Cornman, jr., Cincinnati. 

Back to Georgia Bay; words by Ole 
Olsen, music by Isham Jones, of 
U. S. [3831 

© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378735; 
Michigan music pub. co., Saginaw, 
Mich. 

Back to Honolulu Bay ; words by 
Billy Schwinn, music by Billy Niei 
sen and A. C. Crapo, of U. S. [arr. 
by Eugene Platzmann] of U. S. 

[3832 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382114; 
Nielsen, Schwinn and Crapo, New 
York. 

Ballade (La) du coeur de ma mie; 
poesie de A. Saguez, musique de 
Louis Billant, of France; chant et 
piano. [3833 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 3S0110; A. Saguez, Amiens 
Somme, France. 



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no. 4, 1916 



3S49 



Ballfieber ; walzer-interniezzo v. 
Heinrich Mannfred, of. Germany, 
op. 110. 1. Salonorchester. 4to. 2. 
Klavier zu 2 handen. [3834, 3835 
© Feb. 4, 1916: 1 c. each Apr. 4, 
1916 ; E 380223, 380224 ; Hugo Fried- 
laender, Berlin. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Bambooland ; words and music by 
Melville J. Gideon and E. C. Muntz, 
of England. [3836 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1916; E 380102; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Battle song of the fleet at sea; 
words by Stella Callaghan, music by 
Martin Shaw, of England. [3837 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 380126; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 

. See also Shaw (Martin). Six 

songs of war. 
Be brave, be strong ; words by S. E. 

Mekin. music by Alfred Wooler, of 

U. S. ; high voice in E flat. [3838 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1916; E 382208; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. 

Be game now take a chance; words 
and music by Bert Rourke, of U. S. 

[3839 
© Apr. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1916 ; 
E 379400 ; Elite music pub. co., Bos- 
ton. 

Be strong and of good courage ; words 
and music bv Mrs. Ren Olson, of 
U. S. [3840 

© Feb. 26. 1916 ; 2c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378591; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Beethoven (Ltjdwig van) Deux sona- 
tes ; de L. van Beethoven, op. 27, 
no. 2, en ut diere min,, revue et 
doigtee par L. Diemer, of France ; 
piano. (Edition Nationale f rangaise, 
pantheon des pianistes, no. 26, 14 e . 
sonate.) [3841 

© Dec. 16. 1915; 1 c. Mar. 20. 
1916; E 369882; Henry Lemoine & 
co., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision & fingering] 

— Deux sonates faciles ; de L. van 
Beethoven; op. 49 no. 2, en sol ma- 
jeur, revue et doigtee par L. Diemer, 
of France; piano. (Edition nation- 
ale franchise, pantheon des pian- 
istes, no. 105, 20 e sonate.) [3842 
© Dec. 29, 1915; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369881; Henry Lemoine & 
co.. Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision & fingering] 



Beethoven (Ludwig van) — Contd. 

Funeral march, in B flat, minor ; 

by L. van Beethoven, transcribed by 
Arthur Eaglefield Hull, of Great 
Britain; organ. [3843 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 380217; Augener, ltd.. London. 
[Copyright is claimed on transcrip- 
tion.] 

Sonate ; de L. van Beethoven, op. 

13 en ut min., revue et doigtee par L. 
Diemer, of France ; piano. ( Edition 
nationale franchise, pantheon des 
pianistes, no. 6, 8 e sonate.) [3844 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 20. 1916 ; 
E 369885; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision & fingering] 

■ ■ op. 26, eu la benol maj.. re- 
vue et doigtee par L. Diemer, of 
France; piano. (Edition nationale 
francaise, pantheon des pianistes, 
no. 144, 12 e sonate.) [4385 

© Feb. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916 ; 
E 369884; Henry Lemoine & cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision & fingering] 

■ Sonates, nos. 1-14 ; de L. van 

Beethoven, pour piano, edition re- 
vue et doigtee par L. Diemer. pour 
piano, l er vol. (Edition nationale 
frangaise, pantheon des pianistes, 
no. 976.) [3846 

© Dec. 16. 1915; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369883; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision & fingering] 

Thirty-two variations in C minor ; 

by L. van Beethoven, edited and fin- 
gered by Thomas F. Dunhill. of 
Great Britain; piano. [3847 

© Mar. 3. 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916 ; 
E 369898 ; Augener ltd., London. 

Behold the risen King ; Easter an- 
them, words by George Cooper, mu- 
sic by Louis R. Dressier, of U. S., 
mixed voices, with sop. or ten. solo. 
4to. [3848 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 378861 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

music by Louis R. Dressier, of 

U. S. ; violin part. [3849 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1916 ; 

E 382210 ; Oliver Ditson co.. Boston. 

Believe me if all those endearing 
young charms. See Ukulele in- 
structor. 



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Believe me now ; words by J. F. Don- 
ner, music by L. A. Clark, of U. S. 

[3850 
© Feb. 18, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 378622; John Franz Donner, 
Shoals, Fla. 

Bella Napoli ; part song, words by 
Clifton Bingham, music by F. Bos- 
covitz, arr. by Clarence C. Robin- 
son, of U. S. ; mixed voices. 4to. 

[3851 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 

E. 378862 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 

" ment] 

Bells (The) of Noel; Christmas 
carol, words by Winifred Dodsworth, 
music by Digby Cotes-Preedy, of 
England ; voices and organ. 12mo. 

[3852 
© Dec. 8, 1915; 1 c. Dec. 31, 
1915 ; E 380134 ; Digby Cotes-Preedy, 
London. 

Bendemeee's stkeam ; Irish melody, 
words by Thomas Moore, music arr. 
by Alfred Scott-Galty, of England, 
re-arr. by Boosey & co., U. S. ; fe- 
male voices, sop. 1 & 2, alto, 1 & 2. 

[3853 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377936; Boosey & co., New YorK. 

Beneath de willees in de geass ; 
part song, words by Paul Lawrence 
Dunbar, music by Eugene Cowles, 
of U. S. ; men's voices. [3854 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1916 ; 
E 382209 ; Oliver Ditson co., oBston. 

Beneath the skies ; words by Doro- 
thea Lawrence Mann, music by 
Charles A. Chase, of U. S. 1. Me- 
dium voice in F. 2. High voice in 
A flat. [3855, 3856 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. each Mar. 
13, 1916; E 378786, 378787; C. W. 
Thompson & co., Boston. 

Beneath the willow teee ; words 

by E. Outwater, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [3857 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382120; 

Edward Outwater, Jersey Ctiy. 

Benediction of the blessed sacea- 
ment ; edited by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; words and mel- 
ody. (Catholic school music, no. 
12). Contents: — O Salutaris; nos. 
1—3; Tantum Ergo, nos. 1—4. 

[3858 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1916 ; 
A 426584 ; Gem & co., Boston. 



Beeceuse (Cradle song) by S. Her 
bert Menges, of Great Britain; vio- 
lin and piano. [3859 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 
E 380219 ; Schott & co., London. 

Beeceijse poue Genevieve; paroles 
de A. Saguez, musique de Louis 
Billant, of France; chant et piano. 
Paris, E. Coutarel. [3860 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916 ; 
E 380109 ; A Saguez, Amiens, Somme, 
France. 

Big (The) beass band; from the 
musical comedy Come to Bohemia, 
lyrics by George S. Chappell, music 
by Kenneth M. Murchison, of U. S. 

[3861 
© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379234; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Bilbeo (Mathilde) Idyll; by M. Bil- 
bro, of U. S. ; piano. [3862 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1916 ; 
E 377995; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Bin nue ein pilgeim ; words by F. A. 
Lorenz, music by E. S. Lorenz, of 
U. S. [3863 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378840; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Bied song; imitative by A. S. B. Jay, 

of U. S. [3864 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 378999; 

Alice Smythe Burton Jay, Los Gatos, 

Cal. 

Bieickina ; polka brillante di M. V. 
Cardilli, of Italy, domiciled at New 
York ; mandolino 1, e. 2, e chitarra. 

[3865 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378640; Mauro V. Cardilli, New 
York. 

Black (The) man; from the suite, 
The dwellers in the western world, 
by John Philip Sousa, arr. by Otto 
Mers, of U. S. for orchestra. [3866 
© Mar. 11, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 382030; John Church co., 
Cincinnati. 

Blackbeeeies ; words by Alfred Noyes, 
music by Marshall Bartholomew, of 
U. S. ; high voice. [3867 

© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379128; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



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3882 



Blame it all on to the moon ; words 
and music by P. L. Bush, of U. S. 

[3868 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378706; 
Pansy L. Bush, Providence. 

Blessed is he who is loving, and 
blessed is she who is loved ; lyric 
bv Joseph Goodwin, music by Albert 
Piantadosi, of U. S. [3869 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; B 378781; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

Blessed (The) saceament ; edited by 
James M. McLaughlin, of U. S., 
words and melody. l2mo. (Catholic 
school music, no. 2. ) Contents : — 
Adoro Te. — Ave verum. — O quam 
Suavis. — Ecce. panis. — O quam ama- 
bilis. — Panis angelicus, 1 & 2. 

[3870 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426571 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Blessed (The) viegin ; English ed., 
edited by James M. McLaughlin, of 
U. S., words and melody. (Catholic 
school music, no. 10. ) Contents : — 
Holy Mary, Mother mild. — Rose of 
the Cross, thou mystic flower. — 
Mary, how sweetly falls that word. — 
Mother dearest Mother fairest. — 
Hail, Queen of heaven. — Raise your 
voices &c. — As the dewey shades &c. 

[3871 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426579 ; Ginn & Co., Boston. 

! Latin ed edited by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. (Catholic school music, no. 
3.) Contents: — Ave Maria. — Salve 
Mater. — Salve Regina coelitum. — 
O sanctissima. — Concordi laetitia. 

[3872 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1915 ; A 426572 ; Ginn & Co., Boston. 

Blest home or peace; words and 
music by James V. Reid, of U. S. 

[3873 
© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 378807; Charlie D. Tillman, At- 
lanta. 

Blue bied ; words by Earl Carroll, mu- 
sic by Al Piantadosi, of U. S. [3874 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378779; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 



Blue eyes (The) faiey; words by 
Algernon Blackwood, music by Ed- 
ward Elgar, of England, arr. by 
Julius Harrison, of England, with 
piano ace. In key of P. (The 
Starlight express, No. 2.) 

[3875 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 380097; Elkin & Co., Lon- 
don. 

Blushing (The) maid; waltzes by 
Walter Schmidt, arr. by E. De 
Lamater, of U. S. ; orchestra. 4to. 

[3876 

© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1916 ; E 382181 ; O. Nielsen, Chicago. 

Bonnie maey ; words by Robert 
Burns, music by Franklin Riker, of 
U. S. ; high or medium voice. 

[3877 
© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E379232; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Bonum est coneiteei ; anthem, words 
Ps. XCII : 1-4, music by Mrs. H. H. 
A. Beach, of U. S., op. 76, no. 1; 
mixed chorus with sop. solo and 
organ ace. Key of A (Octavo 
church music, canticles, no. 6510). 

[3878 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378977; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Book of books ; words and music by 
Mrs. C. H. Morris, of U. S. 

[3879 
© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 378801; Charlie D. Tillman, At- 
lanta. 

Boomeeang (The) ; march by Alex P. 
Lithgow, of Great Britain, arr. for 
military band. 4to. [3880 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13; 
1916; E 369859; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 



■ arr. by M. L. Lake, of U. S. ; 

full ore. 4to. [3881 

© Feb. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 

E 377951; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Bo-peep; march, two-step; by Harry 
J. Lincoln, of U. S., arr. by F. H. 
Lorey, of IT. S. ; full band. 4to. 

[3882 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 379045; Vanderrloot music 
pub co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on the arrange- 
ment.] 



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Boech (Gaston) ; four little lyric 
pieces; by G. Borch, of U. S., op. 
187 ; piano. 4to. Contents : 1. From 
Russia. 2. Valse lente. 3. Simple 
melody. 4. Little scherzo. [3883 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 4, 1916 ; 
E 377964; Boston music co., Boston. 

Boys (The) of Amekica; words and 

melody by F. Fahr, of U. S., arr. by 

Nathan Kirsch, of U. S. [3884 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1916; E 379406; 

Fred'k Fahr, New York. 

Boys (The) who fight for feeedom ; 
patriotic song, words and music by 
Lester Berry, of Canada. [3885 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1916 ; E 369865 ; J. E. Burgess, Win- 
nipeg, Mann., Canada. 

Beabanconne (La) ; Belgium national 
air by F. Campenhout, played by 
Howard Brockway, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls E 12563) 

[3886 

© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 379194 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Brahms (Johannes) Auf dem Kirch- 
hofe; von Joh. Brahms, op. 105, no. 
4, gesetzt von Max Laurischkus, 
of Germany ; klavier allein mit 
iiberlegtem text. [3887 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1916; E 380201; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Feldeinsamkeit ; von Joh. 

Brahms, op. 86, no. 2, gesetzt von 

Max Laurischkus, of Germany ; 

klavier allein mit iiberlegtem text. 

[3888 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar 28, 

1916; E 380198; N. Simrock, g. m. 

b. h., Berlin. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 
Immer leiser wird mem schluni- 

mer; von Joh. Brahms, op. 105, no. 

2, gesetzt von Max Laurischkus, of 
Germany ; klavier allein mit iiber- 
legtem text. [3889 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 28, 

1916 ; E 380200 ; Simrock, g. m. b. h., 

Berlin. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

■ Liebestreu ; von J. Brahms, op. 

3, no. 1, gesetzt von Max Laurisch- 
kus, of Germany; klavier allein mit 
iiberlegtem text. [3890 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1916; E 3S0197; N. Simrock, g. m. 
b. h., Berlin. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Brahms (Johannes) — Continued. 
Sapphische ode ; von Joh. 

Brahms, op. 94, no. 4, gesetzt von 

Max Laurischkus, of Germany ; 

klavier allein mit iiberlegtem text. 

[3891 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 28. 

1916; E 380199; Simrock, g. m. 

b. h., Berlin. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement] 

Staudchen ; von Johannes 

Brahms, op. 106, no. 1, gesetzt von 
Max Laurischkus, of Germany ; 
kiavier allein mit iiberlegtem text. 

[3892 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 28, 

1916; E 380202; N. Simrock, g. m. 

b. h., Berlin. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Beatjnes madchen, schenk' mie ein ! 
words by Hr. Seidel, music by P. 
Engeiskirchen, of U. S. ; male 
chorus. 4to. (Carl Fischer's ed. 
Neue mannerchore, no. 493) [3893 
© Mar. 6, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 379007; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Beic-a-brac ; valse, music by Lionel 
Monckton, arr. by H. M. Higgs, of 
Great Britain; orchestra. (Chap- 
pell's orchestral journal, no. 742.) 

[3894 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 

1916 ; E 380155 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 

London. [Copyright is claimed on 

arrangement.] 

Brighten up; words by T. S. Wallis, 
music by T. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[3895 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377872; 
T. S. Wallis, Stockton, Cal. 
Beown eyes ; words by H. Recordon, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[3896 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382013; 
Henry Recordon, Brooklyn. 
Bugle call bag ; fox trot by J. Hubert 
Blake and Carey Morgan, arr. by 
Maurice F. Smith, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. [3S97 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378986; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. 
But happy. See City of joy, no. 3. 
Butterflies ; by Chas. L. Johnson, 
played by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
F 12593) [3897* 

© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 : E 369951 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 



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no. 4, 1916 



3915 



Butterfly dance; by Homer Grunn, 
of U. S. ; piano. [3898 

© Feb. 20, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9. 1916 ; 
E 378752 ; Colby & Pryibil, Los An- 
geles. 

Buy my lovely eoses ; words by Ed- 
ward Teschemacher. music by Cecil 
Baiimer. of Great Britain ; no. 3 in A. 

[3S99 
© Mar. 31, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25. 
1916; E 380179; Joseph Henry Lar- 
way, London. 

By moonlight; by Franz Bendel, op. 
139, no. 3, played by Felix Gerdts. 
of Austria. (Rythmodik record mu- 
sic rolls M12626.) [3900 
© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 369949 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
interpretation.] 

By the murmuring stream I listen; 

words by P. A. McPhail, music bv 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [3901 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382005: 

P. A. McPhail, Saskatoon, Canada. 

By the pool at the Third Rosses ; 
words by Arthur Symons, music bv 
H. T. Burleigh, of U. S. [3902 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 379103; G. Ricordi & co., 
inc., New York. 

Cake-shop (A) romance; words by 
Elizabeth B. Nichols, music by Mabel 
C Osborne, of U. S. ; medium voice 
with piano ace. [3903 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378731; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

California for me; words and music 
by P. M. Hill, of U. S. [3904 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 377991 ; Pauline M. Hill, Los An- 
geles. 

Call me back if you should want 
me ; words by Leonard Cooke, music 
bv Henry Dean, of England ; in key 
of F and G. [3905 

© Mar. 28, 1916 ; 1 c. each Mar. 27, 
1916; E 369946; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Call me up on the telephone. See 
Dreamer o' dreams. 

Call (The) of the king; recruiting 
song, words by J. A. Ross, music by 
Mary Gilmour, of Canada. [3906 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23. 
1916 ; E 380148 ; James A. Ross, Wel- 
landport, Ont, Canada. 



Callahan ; words and music by T. J. 

Lillis, of U. S. [3907 

© Mar. 16. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 

1916 ; E 379117 ; James F. Kelly and 

Thomas J. Lillis, Jersey City. 

Called up. See Shaw (Martin) Sis 
songs of war. 

Camp - meeting time in Dixieland ; 

words and music by Nat D. Aver, 

of U. S. [390S 

© Apr. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 5, 1916 ; 

E 379402 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

Can the Kaiser teach the Irish to 
talk Dutch ; march song, words by 
E. L. Shadomy, music by Theo. H. 
Northrup, of U. S. [3909 

© Mar. 14. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378902; E. L. Shadomy, 
Denver. 

Canada the home of the free ; words 
by John G. Markey, music by H. 
Easun, of Canada. [3910 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 369866; Henry Easun, 
Woodstock, Ont., Canada. 

Captain Burrage ; march by M. Crino, 

of U. S. ; cornet solo. [3911 

© 1 c. Feb. 19, 1916; E 382099; 

Michael Crino, % Postmaster. New 

York. 

Carillon (Le) ; polka brillante, by 
Leon Kinguet, op. 19, arr. by J. W. 
Lerman, of U. S. 1. Piano, 6 hands. 
2. Two pianos, 8 hands. [3912, 3913 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. each Mar. 
13, 1916; E 378818, 378819; Theo. 
Presser co., Philadelphia. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement.] 

Carrillons. See Shaw (Martin) Six 
songs of war. 

Carnival chorus ; from La tarantella, 
act 2, by Edward Jakobowski, arr. 
by Ross Hilton, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices. 4to. [3914 

© Feb. 21. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378863; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Carol (A) of bells; words by Louis 
N. Parker, music by Charles Vil- 
liers Stanford, of England ; no. 3 in 
B flat. [3915 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 369924 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Caroline; words and music by Harry 

F. Schiller, of U. S. [3916 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379136; Willis music co., 

Cincinnati. 

Cathedrales (Les) ; prelude pour le 
poeme dramatique, de M. Eugene 
Morand, musique de Gabriel Pierne, 
of France; partition pour orchestre, 
version avec ou sans paroles. [3917 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 380105; Ropart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

Catholic school music, no. 13 ; ed- 
ited by James M. McLaughlin, of 
U. S., words and melody. Con- 
tents : — O wunderkraft'ge speise. — 
Ein herz hat sich erschlossen. — Ma- 
ria zu lieben. — Gegruszet seist du, 
konigen. [3918 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426582 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Catholic school music, no. 14; ed- 
ited by James M. McLaughlin, of 
U. S., words and melody. Con- 
tents :■ — Saint nom de Jesus. — O pain 
du Ciel. — En ce jour, o Marie. — De 
concert avec les anges. [3919 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Cavalry trot ; by Carl Wilhelm Kern, 

op. 99, piano duet. [3920 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 

1916; E 378820; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Chanson (La) des facteurs ; paroles 
et musique de G. Milo, of U. S. [3921 
© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 379110 ; E. L. Turcot, Low- 
ell, Mass. 

Chanson du mineur ; paroles de J. M. 

Guyau, musique de Leo Sachs ; 

chant et piano. [3922 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1916 ; E 380177 ; Ch. Hayet, Paris. 

Chanson folle; morceau caracteris- 
tique de J. Franceschi et F. Sala- 
bert, of Italy et France ; orchestre. 
4to. [3923 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380166; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Chanson (La) Loucoumi; fantaisie 
mimico-musical-chantable, e deux 
actes et deux tableaux, paroles et 
musique de A. Soler, of Spain ; parti- 
tion d'orchestre. [3924 
© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; D 19665; 
Alberto Soler, Paris. 



Chanson passionee; by James P. 
Dunn, of U. S. ; organ, obi. 8vo. 

[3925 
© Mar. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379244; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Chanson russe ; elegie par Percy 
Elliott, pour piano. [3926 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 380113; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. 

Chanson triste; by L. Leslie Loth, 

of U. S. ; piano. [3927 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 

1916; E 378821; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

; poesie de Jean Cis, musique de 

Mcolino Milano, arr. par F. Salabert, 
of France. [3928 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 380108; Frances Salabert, 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Chant de guerre ; poeme de Leon Ton- 
nelier, musique de Florent Schmitt, 
of France, op. 63, pour Choeur 
d'hommes et tenor solo, avec ace. 
de piano. [3929 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 380107; Durand et cie., 
Paris. 

Chant du matin ; by Clifford Roberts, 
of Great Britain ; organ, obi. 8vo. 

[3930 
© Jan. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 21, 1916 ; 
E 380136 ; Weekes & co., London. 

Chant of the land-less dead ; words 
and music by E. P. Ingersoll, of 
U. S. [3931 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 10, 1916 ; 
E 378733; Edwards P. Ingersoll, 
Glen Ridge, N. J. 

Chant of the volga boatmen ; Rus- 
sian folk-song, words by Harriette 
Avery, music by Harvey B. Gaul, of 
U. S. ; four-part song for men's 
voices. 4to. (Secular part-songs, 
no. 6499.) [3932 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378764; White-Smith music pub. 
co., Boston. 

Chantecler couplet; words and music 

by B. Sternau, of Austria, domiciled 

at New York. [3933 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379083; 

Bernhard Sternau, New York. 



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3949 



Chants sans paroles; par Paul-Marie 
Masson, of Prance, pour le piano ; 
nos. 1-3. Premier caliier. [3934 
© Mar. 11, 191G; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380175; Maurice Senart et 
cie., Paris. 

Charge of the Uhlans ; grand galop 
militaire by C. Bohin, op. 213, played 
by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls H 12644.) 

[3935 

© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 369955 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Charter oak ; musical play in two 
acts, words by Edith M. Burrows, 
music by Edward Johnston, of U. S. ; 
vocal score. 4to. [3936 

© Apr. 14, 1916; 2 c. Apr. 15, 
1916; D 19671; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. 

Cheer tjp and be glad; words by H. 
D. Snyder, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [3937 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382133; 
Hazel D. Snyder, Worcester, Mass. 

Cheerfulness ; by Paulo Roconini [re- 
vised and ed. by Thomas a'Becket], 
of U. S. ; piano. [3938 

© Mar. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 378822; Theo. Presser co., Phila- 
delphia. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision and editing.] 

Cherie; waltz by John Shepherd, 
played by Wm. E. Berge, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
C 12962.) [3939 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E. 379201 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Cheveux d'argent parmi d'or (Silver 
threads among the gold) ; French 
words by Ruth Salom, English words 
by Eben E. Rexford, music by H. P. 
Danks, of U. S. [3940 

© Feb. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378359; Estate of Hamilton S. 
Gordon, New York. 

Childhood's happy days ; words and 
music by L. Smith, of U. S. Brook- 
lyn, Crown jewel music pub. co. 

[3941 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916 ; E 379240 ; Lent Smith, Brook- 
lyn. 



Children's (The) song of Baltimore ; 
song and refrain, words by E. Stan- 
ley-Murphy, music by Fred. Lax, of 
U. S. [3942 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916 ; E 382150 ; E. Stanley-Murphy, 
Baltimore. 

Chimes (The) ; valse by Basil Wind- 
sor, arr. by Adolf Lotter, of Eng- 
land ; orchestra. 4to. [3943 
© Mar. 3, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1916; E 369905; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

(Glocken) ; by Hans Ailbout, of 

Germany ; piano. [3944 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369900; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Chimes tango; by Charles F. Strick- 
land, of U. S.; piano. [3945 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916 ; E 378936 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Chirping birds ; mazurka caprice, by 

E. S. Phelps, of U. S. ; piano. [3946 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379166; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Chopin (Frederic Francois). Allegro 
de concert; von Fr. Chopin, op. 46, 
revue et doigtee par L. Diemer, of 
France; piano (Edition nationale 
franchise, pantheon des pianistes, 
no. 444). [3947 

© Feb. 9, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369887; Henry Lemoine & 
cie, Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 
revision & fingering] 

■ Impromptus, nos. 1-4 ; par Fr. 

Chopin, op. 29, 30, 51, 66, Edition 
revue, par. M. Moszkowski, of 
France; piano. (Collection Or- 
phee, no. 145.) [3948 

© Mar. 31, 1916; 1 c. Apr. 1, 
1916; E 380212; Societe francaise 
d'edition des grands classiques mu- 
sicaux, Paris. 

Marche f unebre ; extraite de la 

Sonate, de Fr. Chopin, op. 35, re- 
vue et doigtee par L. Dierner, of 
France; piano. (Edition nationale 
frangaise, pantheon des pianistes, 
no. 82.) [3949 

© Feb." 9, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369888; Henry Lemoine & 
cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision & fingering] 



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Chopin (Frederic Francois) — Contd. 

> Polonaise militaire; by Chopin, 

op. 40, no. 1 in A flat, played by 
Howard Brockway, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls J12614.) 

[3950 

© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 379214 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

■ Scherzo no. 2, en Si bemol mineur ; 

cle Fr. Chopin, op. 31, revue et 
doigtee par. L. Diemer, of France; 
piano. (Edition nationale francaise, 
pantheon des pianistes, no. 564.) 

[3951 

© Dec. 16, 1915; 1 c. Mar. 20, 

1916; E 369886; Henry Lemoine & 

cie., Paris. [Copyright is claimed on 

revision & lingering] 

■ Valses ; par Fr. Chopin, edition 

revue par A. Casella, of Italy ; 
piano. (Collection Orphee, no. 116.) 

[3952 

© Mar. 31, 1916; 1 c. Apr. 1, 

1916; E 380213; Societe francaise 

d'edition des grands classiques mu- 

sicaux, Paris. 

Christ hath risen ; See Dressier 
(Louis R.) Six Easter carols, 11th 
series, no. 3. 

Christ our Passover ; Easter anthem, 
words anon, music by Max Vogrich, 
of Austria, domiciled at New York, 
N. Y. ; mixed chorus with solos for 
sop., alto and ten., organ ace. 
(Schirmer's octavo church music, 
no. 6527) [3953 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378967; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

• words from the Bible, music by 

J. Lincoln Hall, of U. S. 4to. (Eas- 
ter anthems, no. 258) [3954 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916 ; E 379299 ; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Christ the Lord is risen again. See 
Dressier (Louis R.) Six Easter 
carols, 11 series, no. 2. 

Christ victorious ; an Easter service 
for the Sunday school, music by 
Beazley, Thiel and Rosche. Chicago, 
New York, Geo. F. Rosche & co. 
[1916] 13, [2] p. 8vo. [3955 

© Jan. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
17, 1916 ; A 418891 ; Geo. F. Rosche, 



Chicago. 



Christ (The) who bore the cross; 
words by Lizzie De Armond, music 
by B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [3956 

© Jan. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916 ; E 379251 ; B. D. Ackley, Phila- 
delphia. 

Christian dost thou see them ; hymn 
anthem, music by Warren W. Adams, 
of U. S. ; four mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [3957 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378851; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Christian herald songs ; sample 
pages. [By] Dr. Sidney Smith, 
cover-title, [10] p. 12mo. [3958 

© Jan. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
9, 1916; A 420707; Sidney Smith, 
Oakland, Cal. 

Christmas ; edited by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; words and mel- 
ody. (Catholic school music, no. 11.) 
Contents : — Carol, sweetly carol. — 
Tenderly sleeping. — Christmas. — 
Sweet Babe reposing in my heart. — | 
Angels we have heard on high. 

[3959 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 

1916 ; A 426580 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Christus, unser Herr erstand (Christ 
the Lord is risen again) ; eine Oster- 
kantate, komponiert von Geo. Kes- 
sel, of U. S. ; solo u. gemischten chor 
mit orgel-begleitung. 4to. [3960 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13. 1916 ; 
E 382103 ; Geo. Kessel, St. Paul. 

Chromatic rag ; by Will Held, of U. S. : 

piano. [3961 

© Mar. 10. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 

1916; E 378940; Stark music co. 

St. Louis. 

Church and university hymns fop 
mixed voices, with additional har- 
monization throughout, for men's 
voices or women's voices, ed. by Ed- 
ward John Smith, of U. S., assisting 
editors : Alex. S. Gibson and Arthur 
H. Ryder, with an introduction and 
the responsive service ed. by Charles 
Franklin Thwing. xviii, [221], 55 p. 
8vo. [3962 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
3 ,1916 ; A 427127 ; Boston music co.. 
Boston. 

Cigale (La) (The grasshopper) ; mor- 
ceau caracteristique par Richard 
Richards, of Great Britain, op. 25 ; 
piano. [3963 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 23, 1916 ; 
E 380151; B. F. Wood music co. 
Boston. 



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no. 4, 1916 



3982 



Circus day in Dixie; one step by 
Albert Gumble, played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik rec- 
ord music rolls A12932.) [3964 
© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379200 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Circus (The) king; march by C. E. 
Dnble, of U. S. ; band. 4to. [3965 
© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379158; Fillmore brothers 
co., Cincinnati. 

City (The) or joy; a song cycle, 
lyrics by Charles Hanson Towne, 
music by Deems Taylor, of U. S., 
op. 9. Contents: — 1. Spring in 
town. — 2. Poor. — 3. But happy. — 4. 
The roof -garden.— 5. Home. [3966 
© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382207; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Clampers (The) clan; official march 
song, words by Will H. Wright, mu- 
sic by A. N. Schneider, of U. S., arr. 
by E. Camp, of U. S. [3967 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379187; Abe N. Schneider, 
Marysville, Cal. 

Clare's brigade ; marching song for 
the Irish division, 1915, words by 
Stephen Gwynn, music by Martin 
Shaw, of England. [3968 

© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 380128; G. Schirmer, ltd., 
London. 

Clay (The) and the potter; words 
bv A. S. Reitz, music bv Jean How- 
ard, of U. S. [3969 
© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378800 ; Charlie D. Tillman, 
Atlanta. 

Clown's (The) dance; by Platon 
Brounoff, of U. S. ; violin and piano. 

[3970 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378823; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Cocoanut (The) rag; by H. L. Akst. 
of U. S. ; piano. 4to. [3971 

©I.e. Mar. 8, 1916; E 377988; 
Harry L. Akst, Brooklyn. 

Collection of Seminole songs; au- 
thor of words and music unknown, 
of remote period, collected and re- 
corded by A. Gale, of U. S. ; words 
and melodies. Contents. — Night 



Collection of Seminole songs — Con. 
love song. — Dance song. — War 
song. — Chicken dance. — Hunting 
dance. — All kinds of hunting songs. 

[3972 
© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1916; E 382172; 
Albert Gale, Albion, Mich. 

Colleen rose; words and music by 

Andrew Day, of U. S. [3973 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916; E 379336; Andrew Day co., 

Medora, 111. 

Collins (Edward). Four waltzes; 
by E. Collins, of U. S., op. 15 ; piano. 
(Summy ed., no. 71) No. 1 in E 
maj. No. T in B maj. No. 3 in G 
sharp minor. No. 4 in A flat maj. 

[3974-3977 
© Mar. 13. 1916; 2 c. each Mar. 
15. 1918; E 378947-37S950 ; Clayton 
F. Summy co.. Chicago. 

Colorado's sunny clime ; words and 
arr. of music by J. E. Stillwell, of 
U. S., music by Carl Muehling 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher], of U. S. 

[3978 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1916; E 379185; 
Julia E. Stillwell, Lucerne, Colo. 

Columbia, awake ! words and music 
by De Witt Stanford of U. S. ; arr. 
by Fred Ludeking, jr., of U. S. 

[3979 
© Mar. 8, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 379119; Lea and Stanford, 
Elizabeth, N. J. 

Columbine CThe) See Gillette (James 
II.) Three songs without words. 

Come along and join my party ; song 
from musical comedy Two is com- 
pany, American version by Edward 
A. Paulton, from the French of 
Paul Herve, music by Armand 
Kalisz, of U. S. [3980 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 378934; Jerome LI. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Come back, I love you; words by 

Will Dillon, music bv Albert Von 

Tilzer, of U. S. [3981 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1916; E 379223; 

Broadway music corp., New York. 

Come for a sail in my little boat; 
lyric and music by Arthur Troo- 
stwyk, of U. S. ; in F. [3982 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1916 ; E 382369 ; M. W T itmark & sons, 
New York. 



40012—16- 



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3983 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Come let us be tkue ; words by E. O. 

Smith, music by Vivian Brooks, of 

U. S. [3983 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378676; 

Elmer O. Smith, Salem, Or. 

Come mavourneen ; words by Ella 
May Arneal, music by T. G. Beach, 
of U. S. [3984 

© Mar. 1, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379254; George J. Koch, 
New York. 

Come, May, with all thy flowers ; 
part song, words by Thomas Moore, 
music by Herbert Sanders; mixed 
voices. [3985 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378864; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Come on to Nashville Tennessee; 
words and music by Walter Donald- 
son, of U. S. [3986 
© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379218; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Come, see the place; anthem, music 
by J. Lincoln Hall, of U. S. 4to. 
(Easter anthems, no. 261) [3987 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379298; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Come teach me how to love; words 
and music by N. D. Ayer, of U. S. 
(Feldman's 6d edition, no. 832) 

[3988 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 

E 377976; B. Feldman&co., London. 

Come to Bohemia ; song from Come to 
Bohemia, lyrics by George S. Chap- 
pell, music by Kenneth M. Murchi- 
son, of U. S. [3989 

© Mar. 16, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1916 ; 
E 378979; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Come to the Saviour now ; words by 
Lizzie De Armond, music by B. D. 
Ackley, of U. S. [3990 

© Jan. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 29, 1916 ; 
E 379248; B. D. Ackley, Philadel- 
phia. 

Come unto Me; words from St. Matt. 
11-28, 29, music by Emil Fisher, of 
U. S. ; voice and piano or organ. 

[3991 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378789; C. W. Thompson & 
co., Boston. 



Come with me to the Land of Nod ; 
words by M. Beacon-Hamilton, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[3992 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382009; 
Myrtle Beacon-Hamilton, Marion, 
Ind. 

Come, ye disconsolate; words by 
Thomas Moore, music by Mark An- 
drews, of U. S. ; medium voice, organ 
ace. [3993 

© Apr. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 
E 379413; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Come ye faithful, raise the strain ; 
words by J. M. Neale, music by R. 
M. Stults, of U. S. 4to. (Easter 
anthems, no. 254.) [3994 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379296; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Comet polka ; by Paulo Roconini [re- 
vised and ed. by Thomas a Becket), 
of U. S. ; piano. [3995 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378824; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision & editing.] 

Coming (The) of spring. See Schu- 
mann (Robert Alexander). Two 
unison songs. 

Communing with Jesus ; words and 
music by Mrs. C. H. Morris, of U. S. 

[3996 
© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 378814; Charlie D. Tillman, At- 
lanta. 

Communion service; a short and sim- 
ple setting, in the key of F, com- 
posed by H. Hodge, of England; 
voices in unison, or in harmony with 
or without organ. 4to. London, 
Novello & co., ltd. [3997 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 13. 
1916; E 369855; Herbert Hodge, 
London. 

Confession (La) ; valse by Carey 
Morgan, of U. S., arr. by D. Onivas, 
of U. S. 1. Orch. 4to. 2. Piano. 

[3998, 3999 

© Mar. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. each Mar. 17, 

1916; E 378985, 378989; Jos. W 

Stern & co., New York. [Copyright 

is claimed on arrangement.] 

Confidence. See Mendelssohn-Bar- 
tholdy (J. L. F.) 

Coon-can blues ; words anon., music 
by F. E. Lee, of U. S. [4000 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916 ; E 379031 ; 
Froebel E. Lee, Fort Smith, Ark. 



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no. 4, 1916 



4016 



Corner (The) I love ; words by Fred 
E. Weatherly, music by Florence 
Aylward, of England; no. 2 in E 
flat. [4001 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1916 ; E 380139 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Cossa's ragtime robber band; words 
by T. F. Shea, music by Joel D. Aus- 
tin, of U. S. [4002 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379333; Thomas F. Shea, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Credo; from Missa Paschalis, pages 
2-6 inclusive, an Eastertide service 
for the Holy Eucharist, plain chant 
edited by C. W. Douglas, of U. S. 

[4003 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378672 ; Charles Winfred Douglas, 
New York. 

Credo 1 and 2 ; ed. by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. (Catholic school music, no. 
5.) [4004 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426574 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Crimson plume; march by C. E. 
Duble, of U. S. ; military band, 36 
pts. 4to. [4005 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 382083; J. E. Agnew, Des 
Moines. 

Crist (Bainbridge) Three balladet- 
tes ; music by B. Crist, of U. S. ; 
high voice and piano. Contents: — 
What a little thing. — Do you think 
it was wrong. — Nothin' to do. [4006 

© Feb. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378848; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Cross (The) victorious ; an Easter- 
tide cantata, words by Richard Cecil 
Pond, music by Clifford Demarest, 
of U. S. ; four-part mixed chorus and 
solo voices, with organ ace. 4to. 

[4007 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378649 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

Crystal chimes; waltz by Hri. Van 
der Zanden, of U. S. ; piano. [4008 

© Apr. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1916 ; 
E 379323 ; B. Sisto, New York. 



Cuddles; by William H. Penn, played 
by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls E12923.) 

[4009 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 369958 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Cushing 1916; words by Kate Lin- 
field and Ruth Lepper, music by 
W. M. Cole, of U. S. [4010 

© Mar. 7, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379144 ; Walter Myron Cole, 
Ashburnham, Mass. 

Daffodil dance; scene de ballet, by 
Ernest Austin, of Great Britain; 
piano. [4011 

© Mar. 6, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1916 ; E 369910 ; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

Daisy's (The) message; words by 
Emilie Burling Reiff, music by 
Stanley T. Reiff. of U. S., in key of 
G, A, and B flat. [4012 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 382046; B. F. Wood music CO., 
Boston. 

Dance of the marionettes; by Jean 

Hoffen, of U. S. ; piano. [4013 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 

E. 378730; C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 

Dancing leaves; by Walter E. Miles, 
played by Felix Gerdts, of Austria. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
F 12583). [4014 

© Aug. 20, 1915 ; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1916 ; 
E 369948 ; American piano co., New 
York. 

Danse d' amour; valse lente by J. P. 
Ludebuehl, of U. S., op. 49; piano. 

[4015 
© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916; 
E 382047; B. F. Wood music Co., 
Boston. 

Das ist die Li-la-li, die liebe; duett 
aus der operette, Das fraulein vom 
amt, text von Franz Arnold und 
Georg Okonkowski, musik von Gil- 
bert [pseud, of M. Winterfeld], arr- 
v. Otto Lindemann, of Germany ; 
klavier zweihandig mit text. Ber- 
lin, Buhnenverlag, Aim & Simrock, 
g. m. b. h. [4016 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 380227; Max Winterfeld, Berlin- 
Wannsee, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement] 



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401 



pt. in, n. s., v. 1 



Das tut gut; lied aus Arizoncla, 
operette in zwei akten, ged. von 
Felix Dormann, musik von Gilbert 
pseud, of Max Winterfeld] of Ger- 
many; gesang u. piano. [4017 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 369945; Max Winterfeld, 
Berlin-Wannsee, Germany. 

■ marsch-intermezzo, aus der op- 
erette, Arizoncla, musik von Gilbert, 
[pseud, of M. Winterfeld], an*, v. 
Otto Lindemann, of Germany, salon- 
orchester. Berlin-Charlottenburg mu- 
sikverlag. [4018 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4. 1916 ; 
E 380230; Max Winterfeld, Berlin- 
Wannsee, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Dawn ; reverie, by Daniel Rowe, of 

U. S. ; piano. [4019 

© Mar. 27, 1916: 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379167; Theo. Presser Co., 

Philadelphia. 

Dawn, (the) of hope; service for 
Easter, words by Elsie Duncan 
Yale, music by J. Lincoln Hall, of U. 
S. 8vo. [4020 

© Mar. 1. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1916 ; 
E 379300; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

Day by day ; song from the musical 
comedy, My Lady Trayle, words by 
Arthur Wimperis, music by Howard 
Talbot, of England. [4021 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 380222 ; Hawkes & son, & Ascher- 
berg, Hopwood & Crew, London. 

Day (The) of resurrection ; Easter 
anthem, words by J. M. Neale, music 
by William R. Spence, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices and organ. 4to. [4022 
© Mar. 1, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378871; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Daybreak ; words by P. J. O'Reilly, 
music by LI. W. Chuter, of Great 
Britain ; no. 2 in G. [4023 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369912; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Dear Dorothy ; a song story in two 
acts, words by George V. Hobart, 
music by A. Baldwin Sloane, of U. S. 

[4024 
© 1 c. Apr. 17, 1916; D 19673; 
M. Witmark & sons. New York. 



Dear girl of mine ; song and refrain 
words by Jack Gartland, music bj 
J. Lo Cascio, of U. S., arr. witl 
piano ace. by Blanche Lorraine, o 
U. S. [402! 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 
E 382070; Joseph Lo Cascio, Bay 
onne, N. J. 

Dear heart ; ballad, words by Gladys 
G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Wil 
liams, of U. S. [402( 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 
E 382074; Williams pub. co., inc. 
Providence, R. I. 

Dear old Maine ; words by S. Spoonei 
music by Jas. E. Harris, of U. S. 

[402' 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1916; E 382360 
Sid Spooner, Peterboro, Canada. 



Dearie, come and skate with me 
now ; words by O. Ous', music bv 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4028 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916 ;• E 378917 
Olaf Oug, Brooklyn. 



Deep in the heart ; song from the 
musical comedy. Come to Bohemia, 
lyrics by George S. Chappell, music 
bv Kenneth M. Murchison, of L T . S. 

[4029 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 382165; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Delta's first march ; by B. H. Pat- 
terson, of F. S., op. 32 ; piano or 
organ. [4030 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6. 1916 : 
E 378645; B. H. Patterson, music 
publisher, Greenfield, Mo. 



Deux sonatej 
wig van). 



See Beethoven (Lud- 



Deux sonates faciles. See Beethoven 
(Ludwig van). 

Deuxieme romance ; par Rene Jul- 

lien, of France, op. 12 ; violon et 

piano, en mi. [4031 

© Mar. 11, 1916: 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1916; E 380170; Max Eschig, Paris. 

Did you talk with Jesus about it; 
words by Herbert Buff urn. music by 
C. D. Tillman, of U. S. [4032 

© Mar. 4. 1916: 2 c. Mar. 13. 1916; 
E 378808; Charlie D. Tillman, At- 
lanta. 



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4049 



Didn't my Lokd deliver Daniel; 
negro spiritual, words from Jubilee 
songs of the United States of 
America, music by Harry T. Bur- 
leigh, of U. S. ; four part mixed cho- 
rus a capella. 4to. (Schirmer's 
secular choruses, no. 6505) [4033 
© Mar. 14. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378963; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Dimpled knees ; words and music by 
C. B. Root, of U. S., arr. by Romeo 
Suppancich, of Italy, domiciled at 
San Francisco. [4034 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916; E 378652; 
Corydon Bee Root, San Francisco. 

Do you believe in fairies ; musical 
fantasy in two acts, words and mu- 
sic by M. A. Saxton, of U. S. ; vocal 
score. [4035 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1916; D 19668; 
Minnie A. Saxton, Washington. 

Do you think it was wrong. See Crist 
(Bainbridge) Three balladettes. 

Donizetti (Gaetano) God of our 
fathers ; processional, words by Bes- 
sie De Moss Ellis, music by Doni- 
zetti, arr. by J. H. Fillmore, of U. S. 

[4036 
© Mar. 10. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378784; Fillmore bros. co., 
Cincinnati. 

Don't believe all you hear in the 
moonlight ; from Heart o' th' 
heather, lyric by George MacFar- 
lane, music by May Greene and Wm, 
Lang, of U. S. [4037 

© Mar. 27. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379165 ; Leo Feist, inc., New 
York. 

Don't forget me ; words and music by 
J. Brockman, of U. S. [4038 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1916; E 379403; 
James Brockman, New York. 

Don't forget the homeland; a sol- 
dier song, words by Edward Lock- 
ton, music by Ralph Burnham, of 
Britain. [4039 

© Feb. 21. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 369870; Metzler & co., ltd., 
London. 

Don't forget to drop a line to 
mother; words by E. R. Westcott, 
music bv J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[4040 
© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377877; 
Evans Robert Westcott, Woodbury, 
N. J. 



Don't forget your dad loved you too ; 
by Will Brookhouse, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus, of U. S. ; vocal orchestra- 
tion, in key of E flat, 4to. [4041 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916 ; E 382064 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on new arrangement.] 

Don't you forget to remember that 
there's someone who cannot for- 
get ; words by Robert F. Roden, mu- 
sic by Harry Appel, of U. S. [4042 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378993; F. B. Haviland 
pub. co. inc., New York. 

Dorothy Blue w t altzes ; by J. E. 
Wood, of U. S. ; piano. [4043 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378951; 
Joseph E. Wood, Indianapolis. 

Down among the pines of Georgia; 
words by Chas. Hochberg, music by 
Betty Bellin, of U. S. [4044 

© Mar. 12, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916 ; E 379003 ; Floyd E. Whitmore, 
Scranton, Pa. 

Down at the beach ; words by J. F. 
Derrick, music by Christian A. 
Praetorius, of Germany, domiciled 
at New York. [4045 

© Apr. 4, 1916; 2 c. Apr. 8, 
1916; E 379428; J. Frederick Der- 
rick, New York. 

Down by the old mill stream ; by 
Tell Taylor, played by Al Sterling, 
of U. S. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls E 12733.) [4046 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379203 ; American piano co. 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Down in old New Orleans ; words 
and music by J. E. Vail, of U. S. 

[4047 
© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1916; E 379331; 
Josephine Eldridge Vail, Thompson- 
ville, Conn. 

Down where the clover blossoms 

grow; words by T. E. Botts, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4048 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382132; 

T. E. Botts, Blue Springs, Mo. 

Dragon's (The) eye; a Chinese wad- 
dle, by Byron Gay, arr. by Neil 
Moret, of U. S. ; piano. [4049 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916 ; E 382052 ; W. A. Quincke, Los 
Angeles. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Dee am (A) or deeams ; waltz by 
F. C. Menges, of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[4050 
© Dec. 28, 1915; 2 c. Dec. 27, 
1915; E 379118; F. 0. Menges, 
Cleveland. 

Deeam of me and i'll deeam or you; 
words by Ben Barnett, music by Al- 
bert Von Tilzer, of U. S. [4051 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379217; Broadway music 
Corp., New York. 

Deeam (A) song; words by C. A. 

Curtis, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4052 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377876; 

Charles A. Curtis, Westfield, 111. 

Deeam (A) waltz; by P. Gottlieb, 
of U. S. ; piano. [4053 

© 1 c. Mar. 22, 1916; E 379257; 
Pearl Gottlieb, Rochester, N. Y. 

Deeamee o' deeams ; a comedy with 
music, words and music by P. W. 
Austin, of U. S. Contents: — When 
I become a real detective man. — 
Call me up on the telephone. — In 
far - away Japan. — Dreamer o' 
dreams. [4054 

© Feb. 11, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 16, 
1916 ; E 382098 ; Paul Weber Austin, 
Columbus. 

Deeaming. See Strauss (Richard). 

Deeamland; three-part song, words 
by Holger Drachmann, English ver- 
sion by A. M. von Blomberg, of 
Germany, domiciled at Boston, music 
by Christian Sinding, op. 47, no. 2 ; 
women's voices. 4to. [4055 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378886; Oliver DitsoD co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
English version.] 

Deesslee (Louis R.). Eight re- 
sponses for use after prayer; music 
by Louis R. Dressier, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices and organ, nos. 1-8. 

[4056 
© Feb. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378884; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

. Six Easter carols; 11th series, 

music by L. R. Dressier and others, 
of U. S. ; mixed and unison voices. 
Contents: — Rejoice, the Lord is 
King. — Christ the Lord is risen 
again. — Christ hath risen. — Alle- 



Deesslee (Louis R.) — Continued. 
luia, hearts and voices. — Easter 
morn. — Alleluia, Christ our King. 

[4057 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378872; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Duck (The) waddle; by H. D. Lu- 

ban, of U. S., arr. by Geo. J. Trin- 

kaus, of U. S. ; piano. [4058 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1916; E 378971; 

Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 

Earth greets hee king; an Easter 
service; text by Edith Sanford Til 
lotson, music by Fred B. Holton. 
Dayton, O., New York, Lorenz pub 
lishing company [1916] 15 p. 8vo. 

[4059 
© Jan. 28, 1916; 2 c. and aff. 
Feb. 11, 1916; A 420730; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Easter ; edited by James M. McLaugh 
lin, of U. S., words and melody. 
(Catholic school music, no. 16.) 
Contents: — Christ is risen from the 
dead.— O filii et filiae. [4060 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426585 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 
Eastee classics, no. 4; words by El 
sie Duncan Yale, music by Alfred 
Judson, of U. S., and others. 8vo. 

[4061 
© Mar. 1, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31 
1916 ; E 379301 ; Hall-Mack co., Phil- 
adelphia. 

Eastee flowers aee blooming beight. 
See Rogers (James H.). Two Eas- 
ter carols. 

Eastee gloey ; words by Grace Gordon 
and A. A. Payn, music by Clinton D 
Lowden, of U. S., and others. 8vo. 

[4062 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1916 
E 379303; Hall-Mack co., Philadel 
phia. 

Eastee moen. See Dressier (Louis 
R.) Six Easter carols, 11th series. 

Easter vision ; an Easter service, text 
by S. C. Kirk, music by Ira B. Wil- 
son, of U. S. Dayton, O., New York 
[etc.] Lorenz publishing co. [1916] 
15 p. 8 vo. [4063 

© Jan. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
11, 1916 ; A 420729 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton. O. 

Eastertide; a cantata by Daniel 
Protheroe, of U. S. ; solo quartet 
and chorus of mixed voices, with 
organ ace. 4to. [4064 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
7 37S722 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 



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no. 4, 1916 



4079 



Ecce saceedos ; music by Frangois 
Riga, op. 87, ed. by Eduardo 
Marzo, of U. S. ; mixed voices and 
organ. 4to. [4065 

© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378885; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Ecstacy ; valse by Sydney Baynes, arr. 
by Shipley Douglas, of Great Brit- 
ain; military band. (Boosey's sup- 
plemental journal, no. 144.) [4066 
© Mar. 18, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 1, 1916 ; 
E 380210; Swan & co., London. 
[Coypright is claimed on arrange- 
ment] 

Elegante (L') ; tango par E. Soro, of 

Chile, domiciled at New York, pour 

piano. [4067 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382148; 

Enrique Soro, New York. 

Elegie; d'apres Giuseppe Sammartini, 
arr. par Alfred Keyser, revue et 
doigtee par H. Wessely, of Great 
Britain; violon et piano. [4068 

© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 380114; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

See also Chanson Russe. 

Elegy. See Grieg (E. H.) 

Ellis (Maeion R.) March; by M. R. 
Ellis, of U. S. ; piano. [4069 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 377981; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Emma McChesney waltzes ; by 
James H. Morrison, of U. S. ; piano. 

[4070 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916 ; E 378937 ; Jerome H. Remick 
& co., New York. 

Empiee (The) of Ameeica; national 
anthem, words and music by D. 
Bruning, of U. S. [4071 

© Feb. 12, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 378996; Dietrich Bruning, 
New York. 

Emyn Ymostyngiad [Intercessory 
hymn] ; geiriau gan W. Herbert 
Scott, cyfieithwyd gan y parch. 
Gwilym Williams, y gerddoriarth 
gan Edward German, of England. 
4to. (Llyfr cor plwyfol Novello, 
rhif 16.) [4072 

© Mar. 22, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1916; E 380149; Novello & co., ltd., 
London. 



En blick pa den Koesfaste; musik 
av J. Victor Bergquist, bearbetning 
af H. S. 256. for passionstiden. 
(Korsanger for Gudstjansten, oktav- 
serie, no. 83.) [4073 

© Jan. 20, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 25, 
1916; 1 c. Mar. S, 1916; E 378769; 
Augustana book concern, Rock Island, 
111. 

Enamel (The) school, no. 1; by D. 
Mansfield, of U. S. ; Hawaiian steel 
guitar. [4074 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1916 ; 
E 377998; Dudlev Mansfield, New 
York. 

Enfant (L') peodigue; selection from 
the musical play in 3 acts, by Michel 
Carre fils, music by Andre Wormser, 
arr. by Charles Woodhouse, of 
France; piano. [4075 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 22, 1916 ; 
E 369911; Metzler & co., (1909) ltd., 
London. 

England foe Flandees. See Shaw 
(Martin) Six songs of war, no. 3. 



Epilogue ; by Rolpnd Diggle, of U. S. ; 

organ. [4076 

© Mar. 27. 1916: 2 c. Mar. 27. 

1916; E 379168; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Eein beautiful eein ; Irish ballad, 
words anon., music by H. Hamlin, 
of U. S. Boston, White-Smith music 
pub. co. [4077 

© Feb. 19, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916 ; E 379050 ; Hugo Hamlin, Bos- 
ton. 

Eein united. See Shaw (Martin) Six 
songs of war, no. 4. 

Estellita ; valse pathetique by Victor 
Herbert, played by Wm. E. Bergg. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
F12603.) [4078 

© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379202 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Eueopa sangeienta (Bloody Europe) ; 
drama lirico-mimico en un acto, ar- 
gumento y musica de E. Vigil y 
Robles, of Spain domiciled at Tampa, 
Fla. [4079 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1916; D 19669; 
Eduardo Vigil y Robles, Tampa, 
Fla. 



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pt. in, n. s., v, 11 



Evening beings rest and you; lyric 
by Edna Staton Whaley, music by 
F. H. Bishop, of U. S. ; song with 
violin and cello obbligato. [4080 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916 ; E 382065 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Evening lullaby. See Ukulele in- 
structor. 

Evening song. See Schumann (R. A.) . 

Every cloud has a silver lining; 
words by C. Austin Miles, music by 
B. D. Ackley, of U. S. [4081 

© Dec. 30, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379250; B. D. Ackley, Phila- 
delphia. 

Every hour, every day ; words and 
music by Jack Frost, of U. S. [4082 
© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378742 ; Frank K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. 

Every mother raised her boy to be 
a soldier; words by J. E. DeRain, 
music by L. Schwartzburg, of U. S. 

[4083 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 382453; 
Lester Schwartzburg and James E. 
DeRain, Charleston, S. C. 

Exercises. See Ukulele instructor. 

Extase; words by Victor Hugo, music 
by George Henry Howard, of U. S. ; 
soprano or tenor. [4084 

©Mar. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 378788; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Fable (A) ; musical recitation, words 
from Capital Calcutta, music by I. 
Oliver,, of U. S., piano ace. [4085 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378825; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Face (The) I dreamed about; words 

bv C. G. Bearce, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of U. S. [4086 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377874; 

Charles G. Bearce, Portland, Maine. 

Face toward the cross ; words by 
W. C. Poole, music by C. D. Till- 
man, of U. S. [4087 
© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 379120 ; Charlie D. Tillman, 
Atlanta. 



Falling stars ; reverie by Gordon 
French, of Australia ; piano solo. 

[4089 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1916 ; E 369933 ; W. H. Paling & co., 
ltd., Sydney, Australia. 

Fascination (La) ; fox-tango, by Paul 
Biese and F. Henri Klickmann. of 
U. S. ; piano. [4090 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378737; Frank K. Root & co., 
Chicago. 

Father Abraham ; negro spiritual, 
words from Calhoun, Lowndes 
County, Alabama, music by Harry T. 
Burleigh, of U. S. ; four part mixed 
chorus a cappella. 4to. (Schirmer's 
secular choruses, no. 6503) [4091 
© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378961; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Father divine; words by Violet M. 
Firth, music by Sydney Trick, of 
England ; no. 2 in D flat. [4092 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1916 ; E 380140 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 



Feldein s amkeit. 
(Johannes) 



See 



Brahms 



Factory (A) girl's vision; words by 
S. E. W., music by C. D. Tillman, I 
of U. S. [4088 

© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378805; Charlie D. Tillman. 
Atlanta. ' 

260 



Felicia ; valse by Vernon Eville, of 

U. S. ; piano. [4093 

© Mar. 9, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 

1916; E 382028; Boosey & co., New 

Y'ork. 

Ferryman (The) ; See Silvery (The) 
Thames, no. 2. 

Fierce raged the tempest; hymn an- 
them, words by Godfrey Turing, 
music by Daniel Protheroe, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices, organ ace. 4to. (Cen- 
tral church collection, no. 28 ) [4094 
© Mar. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916 ; E 379246 ; Gamble hinged mu- 
sic co., Chicago. 

Fifty famous songs played by color ; 
comp. and arranged in color nota- 
tion by E. Trew; of U. S. Seattle. 
Wash., Color music co., inc.. 1916. 
fol. [4095 

© Mar. 14. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; A 429039; Eva Trew, Seattle. 

Fireball ; march and two-step, by E. A. 
Nealv, arr. bv B. H. Patterson ; piano. 

[4096 
© Mar. 10. 1916; 
1916; E 37S946; B. 
Greenfield, Mo. 



2 c. Mar. 15, 
H. Patterson, 



MUSICAL COMPOSITIONS 



no. 4, 1916 



4112 



Flag (The) of peace; words adapted, 

music by L. Souther, of U. S. [4097 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 14, 

1916; E 382089; Louise Souther, 

Winthrop, Mass. 

Flappers' (The) paeade ; words and 
music bv Nat D. Aver, of U. S. 

[4098 

© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 

E 378707 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

For the Lord hath chosen Zion ; 
words from Psalm cxxxii, music by 
Charles B. Blount, of U. S. ; sop. & 
bass solos, duett and chorus, for 
mixed voices & organ. 4to. [4099 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378663; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

For the sake of a rose ; lyric by Ad- 
dison Burkhardt, melody by Albert 
Piantadosi, of U. S. [4100 

© Mar. 13. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378780; Shapiro, Bernstein 
& co., inc., New York. 

For you a rose in Portland grows ; 
words and music by D. H. Wilson, 
of U. S. % [4101 

© Mar. 10. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1916; E 382357; Daniel H. Wilson, 
Portland. 

Forest dance; by Rene L. Becker, of 
U. S., op. 52, no. 8; piano. (Scenes 
from childhood, no. 8) [4102 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379279; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Forgotten (The) maiden; words by 
Mrs. E. Newman, music by Carl 
Muehling [pseud, of Ethel Fisher], 
of U. S. [4103 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; E 379013; 
Mrs. Chas. Newman, Humboldt, Ariz. 

Fountain (The) ; words by Mrs. Ar- 
thur Barnard, music by Evelyn 
Sharpe, of England ; no. 1 in G. 

[4104 

© Mar. 23. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 369927 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Four (The) leaf clover; words by 
Ella Higginson, music by M. Green- 
wald, of U. S. [4105 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1916; E 382347; Martin Greenwald, 
New York. 



Four more years in the White 
House is your country's wedding 
gift to you; words by Thomas 
Hoier, music by J. Morgan, of U. S. 

[4106 

© 1 c. Nov. 13. 1915; E 377975; 

James Lewellyn Morgan. New York. 

Fox-glove (The) ; Sec Gillette (James 
R.) Three songs without words, 
no. 1. 

FOX TROT WITH ME J IVi'ICS and UlUSiC 

by A. D. White, of U. S. [4107 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1915; E 379306; 
Andrew Danforth White. Pasadena, 
Cal. 

Fraulein ( Das ) vom amt ; potpourri 
aus der operette, musik von Gilbert, 
[pseud, of M. Winterfeld], arr. von 
otto Lindemann. of Germany ; kia- 
vier 2 handen, mit iiberlegtem, text. 
Berlin-Buhnenveriag Aim & Sim- 
rock, g. m. b. h. [4108 
© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 
E 380229; Max Winterfeld, Berlin- 
Wanusee, Germany. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Fragrance ; reverie by Paulo Roconini 
[revised and ed bv Thomas a'Beck- 
et], of U. S. ; piano. [4109 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378826; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Fragrance (The) of the rose; ter- 
zetto, words by Charles Hanson 
Towne, music by H. Clough-Leighter, 
of U. S., op. 9, no. 1° ; women's 
voices. [4110 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378883; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

France (Leo). 
music by Leo 
Britain ; voice 
tents: — 1. The 
2. In the street, 
out. — 1. Were 
tain. — 5. The r 



© Mar. 18, 
1916 ; E 380129 
way, London. 



Five poems; set to 
France, of Great 
and piano. Con- 
army of the dead. — 
, — 3. The wind blows 
you on the moun- 
oads of heaven. 

[4111 
1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
; Joseph Henry Lar- 



Francesca da Rimini ; tragedia di 
Gabriele D'Annunzio, ridotta da Tito 
Ricordi, per la musica di Riccardo 
Zandonai, of Italy ; pianoforte solo, 
con parole. [4112 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 380103; societe anonyme 
des editions Ricardi, Paris. 



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pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Fkisco's Chinatown ; words by Ole 
Olsen, music by Isham Jones, of 
U. S. [4113 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 1 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378736; 
Michigan music pub. co., Saginaw, 
Mich. 

From Russia. See Borch (Gaston) 
Four little lyric pieces. 

From the country-side; by Eric 
Coates, of England ; piano solo. 
Contents : — 1. In the meadows. — 2. 
Among the poppies. — 3. At the fair. 

[4114 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916 ; E 369868 ; Hawkes & son, Lon- 
don. 

Full of blessing, no 2 ; ed. by Wm. 
Edie Marks. Wilmington, Del., W. E. 
Marks, 1916. cover-title, [941 p. 
8vo. [4115 

© Feb. 3, 1916; 2c. and aff. Feb. 
18, 1916; A 420828; William E. 
Marks, Wilmington, Del. 

Funeral march in B flat. See 
Beethoven (Ludwig van). 

Gabrielle; suite by Frederick Rosse, 
of England, op. 101; piano. Con- 
tents : — No. 1. Pizzicato. — No. 2. 
Minuet. — No. 3. Valse romance. — No. 

4. Patrol. [4116 
© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 17, 

1916; E 369869; Hawkes & son, 
London. 

Gaite anglaise; two step by Eugene 
Sutter, of France ; orchestre avec pi- 
ano conducteur. 4to. [4117 
© Feb. 17, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916 ; 
E 369891 ; Hachette & co., Paris. 

Gallina (La) (The hen) ; by L. M. 
Gottschalk, arr. by Alfred J. Silver, 
of England ; piano six hands. [4118 
© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 369864; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Gallon o' gas ; one step by H. D. Lu- 

ban, of U. S. ; arr. by Geo. J. Trin- 

kaus, of U. S. ; piano. [4119 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1916; E 378970; 

Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 

Garden of Eden was a lovely spot ; 
words by F. E. Fike, music by E. S. 

5. Huntington, of U. S. [4120 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382002; 

F. E. Fike, Dolton, 111. 



Gates of gold and pearl ; words by 

Mrs. T. L. Moore, music by J. E. 

Andino, of IT. S. [4121 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378922; 

Mrs. T. L. Moore, Anita, Ariz. 

Gavotte in A. See Gluck (C. W. v.) 

Gayety ; by Paulo Roconini, of U. S. ; 
[rev. & ed. by Thomas a'Becket] 
of U. S. ; piano. [4122 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13 
1916; E 378827; Theo. Presser co. 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Gentle (The) traveller; words by 
Henry Van Dyke, music by Marshall 
Bartholomew, of U. S. ; high voice. 

[4123 

© Mar. 25, 1916: 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379126; G. Schirmer, New 

York. 

German folksong; adapted by Rene 
L. Becker, of U. S., op. 52, no. 4 ; pi- 
ano. (Scenes from childhood, no. 
4) [4124 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379275; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Germany forever; patriotic march, 
music by Hans See, arr. by M. L. 
Lake, of U. S. ; military band. 4to. 

[4125 
© Mar. 2, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378853; Carl Fischer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Get out my old blue jacket ; lyric by 
E. S. S. Huntington and Duncan 
Graham, music by Arthur H. Gut- 
man, of U. S. [4126 
© 1 c. May 24, 1916; E 379084; 
E. S. S. Huntington, New York. 

Get ready to go; words by W. H. 
Ridgway, music by S. V. Ridgway, 
of U. S. [4127 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 382110; Sherman V. Ridgway, 
Mole Hill, W. Va. 

Gift (The) of God's love to me; 
words and music by Mrs. C. H. 
Morris, of U. S. [4128 

© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378811 ; Charlie D. Tillman, 
Atlanta. 

Gillette (James R.) Three songs 
without words; by J. R. Gillette, of 
U. S. ; piano. Contents : — 1. The 
Fox-glove. — 2. The Meadow rue.— 
3. The Columbine. [4129 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378S35; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 



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no. 4, 1916 



4145 



Girl (The) in the ten cent stoee; 
words and music by J. P. Whelan, 
of U. S. [4130 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 382149; James Patrick 
Whelan, Lowell. 

Girlie, tell me do ; words by Gladys 
G. Dennis, music by Harry H. Wil- 
liams, of U. S. [4131 
© Mar. 9, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 382082; Williams music 
pub. co., inc., Providence, R. I. 

Girls, gerls, get yourselves a soldier 
lad; words and music by R. Pier- 
son, of Canada. • [4132 
© Mar. 21, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1916 ; E 369908 ; Roy Pierson, Brant- 
ford, Canada. 

Girls (The) know as much as you 
know ; words and music by J. P. 
Long, of England. [4133 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 380203; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

Give me the women every time; 
words by Addison Burkhardt and 
Chas. W. Collins, music by Louis A. 
Hirsch, of U. S. ; arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann, of U. S. [4134 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1916; E 379318; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

Give my regards to Uncle Sam ; 
march song, words by H. P. Lynch, 
music by M. Greenwald, of U. S. 

[4135 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1916 ; E 382349 ; Martin Greenwald, 
New York. 

Glad news; by G. W. Bacon [and 

others] Hudson, N. C. Teachers mu- 
sic publishing company, 1916. [192] 
p. 12mo. [4136 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Jan. 
14, 1916 ; A 417730 ; Teachers' music 
pub. co., Hudson, N. C. 

Glorious U. S. A. ; words by P. 

Macher, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4137 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379086; 

P. Macher, Edwardsville, 111. 

Glory (The) of the sea; words by 
Fred. E. Weatherly, music by Wil- 
frid Sanderson, of Great Britain. 

[4138 
© Mar. 4, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369916; Boosey & Co., Lon- 
don. 



Gluck (Christoph Wilibald von). 
Gavotte in A ; by Chr. W. von Gluck, 
arr. by H. Artok, of Great Britain; 
violin with piano ace. [4139 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 380115; Schott & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Who will come with me; vocal 

gavotte, words adapted, music by 
C. W. Gluck, ed. by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; two voices, or 
for mixed chorus. 4to. (In The 
coda, no. 437.) [4140 

© Feb. 25. 1916; 2 c. Apr. 7, 
1916 ; E 379422 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Gnomes' (The) rebellion; by P. C. 

Thorp, of England ; piano. [4141 

© Feb. 16. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 9, 

1916; E 378763; Percy C. Thorp, 

San Diego, Cal. 

Go forward ; words by Lawrence Tut- 
tlet, music arr. by Chas. H. Marsh, 
of U. S. [4142 

© Feb. 26. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1916; E 378587; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

God of our fathers. See Donizetti 
(Gaetano). 

God that madest earth and heaven ; 
words anon., music by T. Frederick 
H. Candlyn. of Great Britain, dom- 
iciled at Albany, N. Y. 4to. (Church 
music review, no. 414.) [4143 

© Mar. 18. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 379021; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 

God will take care of you; words 
by C. D. Martin, melody by W. S. 
Martin, variations by L. Weber, of 
U. S. Kansas City, Kans., Weber 
bros. [4144 

© Mar. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1916 ; E 379152 ; Louis Weber, Kan- 
sas City, Kansas. 

Goddess (The) in the garden; 
Mananica era, English version by 
James Weldon Johnson, after the 
original Spanish of the 17th cen- 
tury, music by Enrique Granados, of 
Spain; high or medium voice with 
piano ace. [4145 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 369935; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



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pt. in, n. S., v. 11 



God's haxd ; a supplication and an 
assurance, words by Edward W. 
Bok, music from an old Dutch folk- 
song, arr. by Josef Hofmann, of 
Austria, domiciled at New York. 

[4146 
© Mar. 28. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379235; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Gotterdammerung. See Wagner 

(Richard). 

Golden butterflies ; by Geo. L. 
Spaulding, of U. S. ; piano 4 hands. 

[4147 
© Mar. 13. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378828; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Golden days of '49 ; words and music 

by B. Baskette, of U. S. [4148 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1916; E 379102; Billy Baskette, 

Chicago. 

Golden gospel bells ; for Sunday- 
school conventions, etc. Authors : 
J. D. Yaughan. of U. S., B. C. Un- 
seld [and others]. [180] p. 12mo. 

[4149 
© Jan. 1, 1916; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
17, 1916; A 418851; James D. 
Yaughan, Lawrenceburg, Tenn. 

Golden (A) bay of gladness; words 
by Fred G. Bowles, music by T. 
Wilkinson Stephenson, of Great 
Britain. [4150 

© Mar. 11. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369917; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Golden slumbers kiss your eyes ; 
lullaby, words by Thomas Dekker, 
music by Louis Yictor Saar, of Aus- 
tria, domiciled at Cincinnati, op. 80, 
no. 2 ; trio of women's voices. 4to. 

[4151 
© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378882; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Good-bye; waltz ballad, by Sissle & 
Clay, arr. by Walter Lewis, of U. S. ; 
orch. [4152 

© Mar. 3. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378660; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Good-bye, dear old South Carolina ! 
home; words by J. Nash, music by | 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4153 i 

© 1 c. Mar. 11. 1916; E 3S2060 ; 
Jessie Xasli. Highland Park, Midi. 



Good bye girls, good bye ; words and 
music by Earl Berlin and Jess Holl- 
weg. [4154 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377637; Bell music pub. co., St. 
Louis. 

Good-bye if you must say good-bye ; 
words by Bartley Costello, music bv 
Albert Yon Tilzer, of U. S. [4155 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379216; Broadway music 
corp., New York. 

Good-bye, sweetheart Nell; words 
and music by T. C. Fickett, of U. S. 

[4156 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382016; 
T. C. Fickett, Framingham, Mass. 

Good news ; by Marion R. Ellis, of 
TJ. S. ; piano. [4157 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8. 1916 ; 
E 377979 ; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Good old pals; march by M. L. Lake, 

of U. S. ; full military band. [4158 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 

E 378855; Carl Fischer, New York. 

Governor's (The) footguard ; march 
by James M. Fulton, of U. S. ; or- 
chestra. Standard edition, no. 428. 

[4159 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382206; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Graded classics ; ed. by Orlando Mor- 
gan, of Great Britain; piano. (Ash- 
down collection, no. 141, and 140.) 
1. Intermediate grade. 2. Lower in- 
termediate grade. [4160, 4161 
© Mar. 21 ,1916; 1 c. each Mar. 
23, 1916; E 380144, 380145; Edwin 
Ashdown, ltd., London. 

Graded course of studies for the pi- 
anoforte ; selected, fingered, phrased 
and annotated by Marie von Unschuld 
[i. e. M. von Unschuld Lazard]. of 
U. S. Yol. 1. selected from Czerny, 
op. 139. Yol. 2. selected from Le- 
moine, op. 37. [4162. 4163 

© Mar. 27. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 28, 1916 ; 
E 382370, 382371 ; Augustine J. Pow- 
ers, Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on fingering, phrasing and annota- 
tions.] 

Greater (The) love; words by Percy 
Edgar, music by Norman Ellis, of 
England ; no. 2 in E flat. [4164 

© Mar. 1. 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 16. 1916 ; 
E 369S73 ; E. Osborne & co.. ltd., Lon- 
don. 



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no. 4, 1916 



4181 



8keen; poem by D. H. Lawrence, mu- 
sic by A. Walter Kramer, of U. S. ; 
high voice. [4165 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378889; Boston music co., 
Boston. 

Grieg ( Edvard Hegeeup ) Elegy ; by 
E. Grieg, arr. by Richard Keys Biggs. 
of U. S. ; organ, obi. 8vo. [4166 

© Mar. 15, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 
E 378958; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Grip (The) of jealousy; musical set- 
ting to the Bluebird photoplay, no. 6, 
music selected and arr. by M. Win- 
kler, of U. S. full orchestra, and 
piano ace. . [4167 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13. 
1916; E 378846; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 

Gefss (Ein) : by L. St. Alten [pseud, 
of L. Starostzick], of U. S. ; vier- 
stimmigen maennerchoer. 4to. 

[416S 
© Dec. 29. 1915; 2 c. Dec. 29, 
1915; E 375083; Louis Starostzick, 
West Allis, Wis. 

Haec dies ; for Easter Sunday, music 
by Francois Riga, op. 79, edited and 
arr. by Eduardo Marzo, of L T . S. ; 
mixed voices and organ. [4169 

© Mar. 9. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18. 
1916; E 382205; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

music by W. H. Rees. of U. S. ; 

mixed voices, organ ace. (Fischer 
octavo ed. of choruses, no. 4063 ) 

[4170 
© Mar. 6. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8. 1916 ; 
E 377962; J. Fischer & bro.. New 
York. 

Hafvets sommae (Des meeres som- 
mer) ; tio Sanger, dikt och musik at* 
Tare Rangstrom. of Sweden, iiber- 
tragung vom komponisten. [4171 

© Mar. 4. 1916 : 1 c. Mar. 25. 1916 ; 
E 369938; Wilhelm Hansen, Copen- 
hagen, Denmark. 

Hail, dear Coxqueeoe ; Easter an- 
them, words from the Bible and 
hymn by F. W. Faber, music by 
Philip James, of U. S. ; chorus of 
mixed voices, organ ace. ( Schirmer's 
octavo church music, no. 6521) 

[4172 
© Mar. 14. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916: E 378966; G. Schirmer. New 
York. 



Hail gloeious day ; words and music 
by R. M. Stults. of U. S. 4to. (Eas- 
ter anthems, no. 256) [4173 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916 ; E 379294 ; Hall-Mack co., Phila- 
delphia. 

Hampelman (Jumping Jack) ballet; 
5 national dances by M. Roder. of 
Austria-Hungary, domiciled at New 
York ; piano. [4174 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379082; 
Milan Roder, New York. 

Han blef saegad ; text from the 
bible, music by John Herman, of 
L T . S. ; for sopran. alt. tenor och bas. 

[4175 
© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 
E 382141 ; Angus tana book concern. 
Rock Island, 111. 

Haxxetox (Ladybird) ; paroles fran- 
chises du 16 erne siecle, English 
version by Alfred Kalisch. music by 
Percy Colson, of England ; voice and 
piano. [4176 

© Mar. 31, 1916 : 1 c. Apr. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369975; J. & W. Chester, London. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
version.] 

Happy days of Nellie axd I ; words 
and music by W. R. Sneed, of U. S. 

[4177 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6. 1916 ; 
E 378655; W. It. Sneed. Milano, 
Texas. 

Happy xiemobies ; by Dorothy Forster, 

of England ; piano. [4178 

© Mar. 24, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1916 ; 

E 369968; Thomas J. Donlan, New 

York. 

Happy summer day's ; words and 
music by Bert Blackev. of U. S. 

[4179 
© 1 c. Mar. 16. 1916; E 382119; 
John A. Blackey. Melrose, Mass. 

Have you doxe youe best my 
beothee ; words and music by N. L. 
Ridderhof, of U. S. [4180 

© Mar. 13, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 20, 191tf ; 
E 379025; Leaman F. Peckham, Los 
Angeles. 

Have you volunteeeed to stay ; words 
by Susan R. Peck, music by Chas. 
H. Gabriel, of U. S. [4181 

© Mar. 26. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1. 1916 ; 
E 378576 ; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 



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4182 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Hawaii calls ; lyric by Marguerite 
Kendall, music by J. Russel Robin- 
son, of U. S. [4182 
© Mar. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1910 ; 
E 379174; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. 

Hawaii calls, I'm going back to hek ; 
by Marguerite Kendall & J. Russel 
Robinson, arr. by J. Russel Robin- 
son, of U. S. ; orchestra. [4183 
© Mar. 3,1916; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378661; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Hawaiian-Portuguese tango ; by H. L. 
and F. Ferera. of U. S., arr. by 
Harry Collins, of U. S. ; violin. [4184 
© 1 c. Mar. 30, 1916; E 379237; 
Helen Louise and Frank Ferera, Se- 
attle. 

He gave me life; words by Jesse P. 
Tompkins, music by C. H. Marsh, of 
U. S. [4185 

© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 382143; E. O. Excell, Chi- 
cago. 

He is coming again ; words by R. E. 
Neighbour, music by C. E. Neigh- 
bour, of U. S. [4186 
© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 379225; Charles E. Neigh- 
bour, Nyack, N. Y. 

He is sweeter every day ; words by 
W. C. Martin, music by Chas. H. 
Marsh and C. H. G. [abriel], of U. S. 

[4187 
© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378585; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

He leadeth the blood- washed ; words 
by F. M. Graham, music by C. D. 
Tillman, of U. S. [4188 

© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378813 ; Charlie D. Tillman, 
Atlanta. 

Hear my cry, O Lord ; words from 
Psalm LXI, music by Alfred G. 
Robyn, of U. S. ; duet for soprano 
and alto. [4189 

© Mar. 8, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; E 382038 ; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Hear, O Lord, my supplication ; 
hymn-anthem, words from Psalm 
CXXX, metrical version, music by 
Alfred Wooler, of U. S. ; mixed 
voices with sop. & ten. solos. 4to. 

[4190 
© Mar. 1, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378881; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 



Hear the queen-bee singing; words 

by N. Stuart, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [4191 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382118; 

Nina Stuart, Clarkson, Utah. 

Hear us, O Saviour; Lenten anthem, 
motet, music by Moritz Hauptmann, 
edited by Frederic York, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices and organ. [4192 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1916; E 382094; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
editing.] 

Heart's sunshine; words by C. B. 
Epting, music by Carl Muehling, 
[pseud, of Ethel Fisher] of U. S. 

[4193 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 378888; 
C. B. Epting, Shiloh, S. C. 

Heigh-o, happy land; a patriotic 
song, words by Wm. Ap Madoc, mu- 
sic by W. Rhys-Herbert, of U. S. ; 
two-part chorus for soprano and 
alto. 4to. [4194 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378637; J. Fischer & bro., New 
York. 

Heilige karbones; words by Sh. 
Frug, music by H. A. Russotto, of 
U. S. [4195 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378701; Hebrew pub. co., New 
York. 

Heldengrusse ; festmarsch, von Hein- 
rich Mannfred, of Germany, op. 109. 
1. Klavier 2 hliudig. 2. Grosses or- 
chester. [4196, 4197 

© Feb. 4, 1916; 1 c. each Apr. 4, 
1916; E 380225, 380226; Hugo 
Friedlaender, Berlin. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

Heller ( Stephen ) ; 24, preludes ; by 
S. Heller, op. 81, revised by Hans 
Semper, of U. S. ; piano. (Edition 
Wood, no. 808.) [4198 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 382051; B. F. Wood music 
co., Boston. [Copyright is claimed 
on revision.] 

Hello Frisco; fox trot from Ziegfield 
follies 1916, by Louis A. Hirsch, 
played by Mabel Wayne, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
B 12782.) [4199 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379213 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



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4216 



Hello my sweetheart i love you; 

words by Bobby Heath, music by 

Billy James, of U. S. [4200 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 

1916; E 382356; Joe Morris music 

co., New York. 
Help me to help others ; words by 

Johnson Oatman, jr., music by Chas. 

H. Gabriel, of U. S. [4201 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 378578; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

Here's to our soldier boys ; words by 
Fred Sperling, music by Elliot Hope, 
of U. S. [4202 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378761; Frederick W. Sperling, 
New York. 

Here's to the boys ; words by Fred 
G. Bowles, music by D. Frame Flint, 
of England. [4203 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1916 ; E 380142 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. * 

Heroique; grande valse de salon, by 
C. H. Couldery, of Great Britain ; 
pianoforte. [4204 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 25, 1916 ; 
E 369965; Claudius H. Couldery, 
London. 

High on the mountain. See Three 
unison songs of peace and hope. 

Hilda; fox trot by Uriel Davis, of 

U. S.; piano. [4205 

© Apr. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 

E 379417; G. Ricordi & co., inc., 

New York. 

Hill (The) of meeting; from the 
court of dreams, a set of five eastern 
lyrics, words by Edward Tesche- 
macher, music by T. Wilkinson Ste- 
phenson, of Great Britain. [4206 
© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 36*9918; Boosey & co., Lon- 
don. 

Hinder me not ; words arranged, and 
music by Theo. E. Perkins, of U. S. 

[4207 
© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 
E 382142; E. O. Excell, Chicago. 

His badge; words and music by Alice 

Wade, of England. [4208 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1916; E 380182; Gary & co., 

London. 



His country's emblem ; words by 

Catherine Strang, music by R. A. 

Broune, of U. S. [4209 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; E 379030; 

Catherine Strang, Canton, O. 

His love for me; words and music by 

H. B. Gudim, of U. S, [4210 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379147; Hans B. Gudim, 

McVille, N. D. 

His worthy praise, a collection of 
Sunday school songs, ed. by E. S. 
Lorenz and Ira B. Wilson, of U. S., 
orchestra score prepared by Ira B. 
Wilson and Geo. S. Schuler. Day- 
ton, O., New York [etc.] Lorenz 
publishing company [1916]. 9 v. 
4to. Contents. — 1st violin. — 2d vio- 
lin. — Viola. — Cello. — Bass. — Flute. — 
Clarinet. — 1st and 2d cornets. — 
Trombone (Bass clef only). [4211 
© Jan 21, 1916 ; 2 c. each and aff. 
Feb. 21, 1916; A 420868; Lorenz 
pub. co., Dayton, O. 

Ho, everyone that thirsteth ; an- 
them, words from Isaiah iv., music 
by M. Kingston, of England ; bass 
solo with chorus. Revised edition. 
4to. [4212 

© Mar. 22, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1916 ; E 380150 ; Matthew Kingston, 
Shortlands, Kent, England. 

Holiday pleasures; valse caprice by 
Thurlow Lieurance, of U. S. ; piano. 

[4213 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378829; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Holy (The) baptism; words by L. A. 
Cole, music by Thoro Harris, of 
U. S. [4214 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379316; Lydia A. Cole, 
Compton, 111. 

Holy communion ; ed. by James 
M. McLaughlin, of U. S., words and 
melody. (Catholic school music, no. 
9. ) Contents : — At the commu- 
nion. — Soul of my Saviour. — Bread 
of heaven. — Hail, Thou living bread. 

[4215 

© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 

1916 ; A 426578 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Home. See City of Joy, no. 5. 

Home (The) of Killarney and you; 
words and music by J. C. Syca- 
more, of U. S., arr. by F. B. Crit- 
tenden, of U. S. [4216 
© Mar. 9, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378777; John C. Sycamore, 
Rochester, N. Y. 



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pt. Ill, 11. BL, V. 11 



Honey moon ; fox trot by Chester W. 

Smith, of U. S. ; piano. [4217 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 

1916 ; E 378990 ; Jos. W. Stern & co., 

New York. 

Honolulu (The) blues; words by 
Grant Clarke, music by Jas. V. Mo- 
naco, of U. S. 4to. [4218 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1916; E 379164; 
Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Honolulu maids ; a song of Hawaii, 
words and music by C. E. King. 

[4219 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11. 
1916; E 382078; Chas. E. King, 
Honolulu, Hawaii. 

Houseboat (The) See Silvery (The) 
Thames, no. 4. 

How beautiful are the feet. See 
Three unison songs of peace and 
hope. 

How'd you like to go a-honeymoon- 
ing; lyric by Arthur J. Lamb, mu- 
sic by Clarence M. Jones, of U. S. 

[4220 
© Mar, 6. 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378744 ; Frank K. Root & co., Chi- 
cago. 

How lovely Lord of Hosts ; Psalm 84. 
motet by T. Carl Whitmer, of U. S. ; 
contralto solo, chorus and. violin, 
harp and organ. [4221 

© Mar. 16. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916 ; E 382170 ; Western theological 
seminary. Pittsburgh. 

Hundred (A) years ago; words and 
music by J. J. Walters, of U. S.. 4to. 

[4222 
© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378595; Joseph Josiah Walters. 
Warwick, N. Y. 

Hunting-song. See Nicode (Jean 
Louis) Six aphorisms. 

I am alive for evermore ; words from 
Revelation 1 : 17, 18, adapted by 
E. B. Melville, of U. S.. music by 
Franciscus Nagler ; high voice. E 
flat, organ ace. (Boston music co. 
ed. of sacred songs, series 2) [4223 
© Mar. 2, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 4. 1916: 
E 377965 ; Boston music co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on adapta- 
tion.] 

I am dreaming of my dear old coun- 
try home ; words by C. H. Meyers, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[4224 
© 1 c. Mar. 16. 1916: E 382127; 
C. H. Meyers, N. Alton. 111. 



I am leaving Broadway for the old 
farm and you; words by H. El- 
dredge, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [4225 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382004; 
H. Eldredge, Salt Lake City. 

I bring you joy; words by Shelley 
Thornton, music by Haydn Wood, of 
Great Britain. [4226 

© Mar. 20. 1616 : 1 c. Mar. 23, 1916 ; 
E 380156; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. 

I COULD NOT FIGHT FOR ENGLAND.*; 

words and music by J. D. Connolly, 
of U. S. [4227 

© 1 c. Mar. 20. 1916; E 379016; 
J. D. Connolly. Occidental, Cal. 

I'd rather be a country girl; words 
and music by H. Tobias, of U. S. 

[4228 
© Mar. 24. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28. 
1916 ; E 382362 ; Harry Tobias. New 
York. 

I don't know, do *you ; words and mu- 
sic by H. Brittingham, of U. S. 

[4229 
© 1 c. Mar. 20. 1916; E 379019; 
Hazelton Brittingham. Houston, 
Tex. 

I don't suppose : song, words by Les- 
lie Cooke, music by H. Trotere, of 
England, arr. as a duet for soprano 
and contralto. [4230 

© Mar. 23. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24. 
1916 : E 36992S ; J. B. Cramer & co.. 
ltd., London. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

I DREAMED LAST NIGHT I SAW MY 

mamma : words by Mrs. La F. Men- 
eritti. music by J. E. Andino. of U. S. 

[4231 
© 1 c. Mar. 2. 1916; E 377870: 
Mrs. La France Meneritti, Leahy. 
Wash. 



FELL FOR YOU BUT VOL LET ME LAY. 

See I love you so. 

GAZE INTO YOUR EYES : WOl'dS 1)V G. A. 

Hawkins-Ambler, music by Hague 
Kinsey. of U. S. [4232 

© Feb. 20. 1916 : 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378753; Colby & Pryibil, Los An- 
geles. 

HAVE A HOPE CHEST. BUT NO HOPE; 

words bv C. Sunderland, music by 
J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4233 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378680; 
Clara Sunderland. Jerseyville, 111. 



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4251 



I HEAR YOUR VOICE CALLING ME | WOrdS 

and music by J. Lytle Rhule, of 
U. S. [4234 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378675; 
Jessie L. Rhule, Altoona, Pa. 

I HEARD A GREAT VOICE, AS OF A TRUM- 
PET ; Easter anthem, words scrip- 
tural, music by Homer N. Bartlett, 
of U. S. op. 259 ; mixed voices. [4235 
© Mar. 3, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382204; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

I like your tulips best; words by 
Addison Burkhardt, music by Louis 
A. Hirsch, of U. S., arr. by Eugene 
Platzmann, of U. S. [4236 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1916; E 379317; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

I'll sing to you; words by Edward 
Lockton, music by Jack Thompson, 
of England ; No. 3 in F. [4237 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 369925 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

I love but you ; words and music by 
Alfred E. Joy, of U. S. [4238 

© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378624 ; A. D. H. pub. co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

I love every soldier and sailor ; a pa- 
triotic song, words and music by 
J. T. Kelley, of U. S. [4239 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378750; John T. Kelley, Wash- 
ington. 

I LOVE THOSE LIPS THAT SMILE; WOrdS 

and music by R. J. Linklater, of 
U. S. [4240 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378901 ; R. James Linklater, 
Buffalo. 

I LOVE YOU BETTER THAN ANYONE 
EVER LOVED ANYONE ELSE BEFORE ; 

words by Leslie Stiles, music by 
Melville J. Gideon, of England. 

[4241 
© Mar. 14, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 14, 
1916; E 380101; B. Feldman & co., 
London. 

I love you Honolulu ; words by Harry 
Lauder, and J. A. Dunbar of U. S., 
music by Harry Lauder. [4242 

© Oct. 9, 1914; 2 c. Feb. 7, 1916; 
E 382179; James A. Dunbar, Hon- 
olulu, Hawaii. [Copyright is based 
on words only.] 



I love you just the same; words by 

F. Stickel, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [4243 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377878; 

Fred Stickel, Louisville. 

I love you so; or, I fell for you but 
you let me lay, words by Jeff Dra- 
nen, music by Arthur Lange, of 
U. S. [4244 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379100; 
Joe Morris music co., New York. 

I love you, Tennessee; words by 
C. A. Royce, music by Charles Ralph 
Spaulding, of U. S. ; B flat. [4245 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1916; E 377986; 
Spaulding and Royce, Ithaca, N. Y. 

I LOVE YOU THAT'S ONE THING I KNOW ; 

trot and one step by L. Wolfe Gil- 
bert and Anatol Friedland, arr. by 
Maurice F. Smith, of U. S. ; band. 
4to. [4246 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378987; Jos. W. Stern & 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

I'm after you; from Robinson Cru- 
soe, jr., lyrics by Harold Atteridge, 
music by John L. Golden, of U. S. 

[4247 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378984; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

I'm a-longin' fo' you ; the encore waltz 
by Jane Hathaway and J. S. Zamec- 
nik, of U. S. [4248 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1916; E 382087; Sam Fox pub. co., 
Cleveland. 

I'm building a cottage for you; 
words and music by H. P. Lombard, 
of U. S. [4249 

© Mar. 6, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1916 ; E 378725 ; Harlan P. Lombard, 
North Eastham, Mass. 

I'm goin' back home; words and 
music by Maceo Pinkard, of U. S. 

[4250 
© Jan. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378774 ; Dick B. Bruun co., 
Omaha. 

I'm goin' to teach you to love me; 
words and music by E. J. Weid- 
mann, of U. S. [4251 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 3, 
1916; E 378633; E. J. Weidmann, 
Burlington, la. 



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I'm going back to Indianapolis ; 

words and music by Jud Kline, of 

U. S. [4252 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; E 379032; 

Jud E. Kline, Terre Haute, Ind. 

I'm going back to the deab old farm ; 
words by Fred Barnes, music by D. 
Snyder, of U. S., arr. by Arthur 
Mann, of U. S. [4253 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382017; 
Daisy Snyder and Fred Barnes, Los 
Angeles. 

I'm going back to the giel I left in 
Denver town ; words by J. Paul 
Woodruff, music by H. S. Woodruff, 
of U. S. South Bend, Ind. Har- 
mony studio. [4254 
i© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 379122 ; Woodruff & Wood- 
ruff, South Bend, Ind. 

I'm going back where the silvery 
Mohawk flows ; words and music 
by T. M. Eagan, arr. by Mary Jane 
Eagan, of U. S. [4255 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1916; E 378770; 
Thomas M. Eagan, Amsterdam, N. Y. 

I'm going to give up all my loving; 

words and music by A. R. Grant, of 

U. S. [4256 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 378783; 

Arthur R. Grant, Bayonne, N. J. 

I'm going to hire a submarine ; words 

and music by D. D. Fluhr. [4257 

© Dec. 1, 1915 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 

E 378620; Donald Demarest Fluhr, 

Nyack, N. Y. 

I'm going way back home and have 
a wonderful time; words by Wm. 
Jerome, music by Jean Schwartz, 
of U. S. [4258 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1916 ; E 379123 ; Waterson, Berlin & 
Snyder co., New York. 

I'm haunted by your eyes, my dear; 
words by F. G. Amess, music by 
Paul Eugene, of U. S. [4259 

© Feb. 22, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 377960; Fred Garfield Amess, 
Prince Rupert, Canada. 

I'm in love with the lady on the 
dollar; words and music by H. 
Jones, of U. S., arr. by Will L. Liver- 
nash, of U. S. [4260 

© 1 c. Mar. 8, 1916; E 377990; 
Harrison Jones, Ottawa, Kans. 



I'm longing for my old Missouri 
home; song and refrain, words and 
music by B. H. Patterson, of U. S., 
op. 40. [4261 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378646; B. H. Patterson, music 
publisher, Greenfield, Mo. 

I'm mighty glad I'm living in the 
good old U. S. A. ; words by M. 
L. Holley, music by J. E. Andino, of 
U. S. [4262 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378695; 
Minnie L. Holley, Normal, 111. 

I'm neutral ; words by Herman Gaut- 
voort, music by Leon De Costa, of 
U. S. [4263 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378709 ; Karczag pub. co. inc., New 
York. 

I'm on my way; words and music by 
by J. S. Black, of U. S. [4264 

© 1 c. Dec. 9, 1915; E 379113; 
John Stewart Black, Hamilton, O. 

I met her in the fall; words by H. 
E. Rikhoff, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of IT. S. [4265 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382117; 
H. E. Rikhoff, Denver. 

I NEVER NEED GRIEVE HIM AGAIN ; WOrdS 

from an English song, music arr. by 
C. D. Tillman, of U. S. [4266 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 378809; Charlie D. Tillman, At- 
lanta. 

I THOUGHT I'D NEVER MARRY BUT YOU 

changed my mind; words by 
T. Ainsworth, music by E. S. S. 
Huntington, of U. S. [4267 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378925; 
Thos. Ainsworth, Auburn, R. I. 

I've a dream in my heart of you ; 
words . and music by Betty Emery, 
of U. S., arr. by Arthur Morse, of 
U. S. [4268 

© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1916; E 379226; 
Elizabeth E. Emery, AVellesley, 
Mass. 

I've got a girl to go out with me for 
everything I do; words by William 
Klauck, music by Edward Delaney. 

[4269 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; E 382104 ; Wil- 
liam Leo Klauck, Buffalo. 



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4289 



I've got an awful lot to leakn ; from 
See America first; words and music 
by T. Lawrason Riggs and Cole Por- 
ter, of U. S. [4270 
© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379285; G. Schirmer, New- 
York. 

I've got to have my lovin' all the 
time ; words and music by George 
De Carme, of U. S. [4271 

© Mar. 10, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378708 ; W. T. Pierson & co., New 
York. 

I WANT A LITTLE LOVE FEOM SOMEONE 

just like you; words and music by 
R. Yaw, of U. S. [4272 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379093; 
Ralph Yaw, Hartford. 

I WANT MY BOY TO BE A SOLDIER AND 

stand by the U. S. A. ; words and 
music by Clarence E. Knowles and 
Floyd E. Whitmore, of U. S. [4273 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 379002; Knowles & Whit- 
more, Scranton, Pa. 

I WANT TO GO BACK TO HONOLULU; 

words by William Warren, and 
Sonny Cunha, music by Sonny 
Cunha, of U. S. [4274 

© Mar. 6, 1916,; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378765; Bergstrom music co., 
Honolulu, T. H. 

I WANT YOUR LOVE, I WANT A WIFE | 

words by G. Willmes, music by J. E. 
Andino, of U. S. [4275 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382128; 
Geo. Willmes, Milwaukee. 

I WILL BE YOUR LITTLE STAR, IF YOU'LL 

be my big moon ; words and music 
by F. D. Bloomfield, of U. S. [4276 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378596; Fred. D. Bloomfield, 
Buffalo, N. Y. 

I WILL WAIT AND I'LL LISTEN FOR YOU; 

words and music by J. W. Hard, of 
U. S. [4277 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1916; E 382167; 
Josephine Wilhelm Hard, Buffalo. 

I WONDER IF THEY'D KNOW ME, IF I'D 

go home now ; words by R. V. Owen, 
music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[4278 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382008; 
R. Vester Owen, Mitchell, Ore. 

I wonder why; words by A. G. Dun- 

kell, music by Russell P. Childs, of 

U. S. [4279 

© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1916; E 382214; 

Albert G. Dunkell, Newburgh, N. Y. 



I WOULD NO MORE GIVE THEE A THOUGHT 

( Je ne veux plus penser a toi) ; lyric 
by Jules Barbier, translation by Isa- 
dore Martinez, of U. S., music by 
Emiliano Renaud ; high voice in F. 

[4280 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1916; E 382202; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

translation.] 

Ida my Idaho; words and music by 

Mrs. A. Winchip, of U. S. [4281 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382027; 

Mrs. Alvin Winchip, Jenkins, Minn. 

Ida's fox trot ; by L. Bennett of U. S., 
arr. by S. Danks, of U. S. ; piano. 

[4282 
© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1916; E 379184; 
Leo Bennett, New York. 

Idische gefillen (The Jewish senti- 
ment) ; words and music by S. A. 
Kornsweet, of U. S. [4283 

© Feb. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 379034; S. A. Kornsweet, Los 
Angeles. 

IF EVER I GET BACK TO BIRMINGHAM, 
TO THE GIRL WHO WAITS FOR ME ; 

words and music by Brennan and 
Story, of U. S. [4284 

© Feb. 25, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378631 ; O. E. Story, Boston. 

IF I BUT KNEW THAT YOU LOVED ME 

just as I love you ; words and mu- 
sic by C. Lorine, of U. S. [4285 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1916; E 379239; 
Charlie Lorine, Philadelphia. 

IF I COULD LIVE IN MY DREAMS ; WOl'dS 

by J. Maloy, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [4286 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378687; 
Joseph Maloy, Sebring, O. 

IF I KNEW YOU AND YOU KNEW ME; 

words and music by A. Genthert, of 
U. S. [4287 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379150; August Genthert, 
St. Louis. 

IF I ONLY HAD THE OPPORTUNITY ; by 

Crooke-Noel, of U. S., arr. by W. 
Lewis; orch. 4to. [4288 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379175; Warner C. Wil- 
liams, Indianapolis. [Copyright is 
claimed on the arrangement.] 

If my dreams of old Ireland come 
true; words by W. W. Larmour, 
music by Robert Van Sickle, of U. S. 

[4289 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1916; E 382344; 

W. Winan Larmour, Wewoka, Okla. 



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If eain makes all things beautiful, 
why don't it eain on me ; words by 

F. A. Castro, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [4290 

© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916; E 378619; 
Frank A. Castro, St. Louis. 

If the tango should change to a 
maech, little giel ; soldier boy 
march ballad, lyric by Ed Farran, 
music by F. W. Rega', of U. S. [4291 
© Mar. 31, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379324; F. Wallace Rega', 
New York. 

If you'll be mine, all mine ; words 
and music by K. H. Donavin and L. 
Townsend, jr., of U. S. [4292 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; E 379035; 
Kirkwood H. Donavin, Annapolis, 
Md. 

If you'll only let me be youe little 
sweetheaet, i'll be much obliged 
to you ; words and music by Jack 
Frost, of U. S. [4293 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378740 ; Frank K. Root & CO., Chi- 
cago. 

If you only knew ; words and music 
by A. J. Mills, Fred Godfrey and 
Bennett Scott, of England. [4294 
© Mar. 27, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 369937 ; Star music pub. co., 
London. 

If you'ee not a million alee; words 
by M. F. Moss, music by S. Welsey 
Martin, of U. S. [4295 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 26, 
1916; E 378773; Margaret F. Moss, 
Oakland, Cal. 

If you want to make a hit with me ; 
duett, words by W. V. Dunham, 
music by E. N. Rothenberger, of 
U. S. [4296 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377973; 
Wm. Vaughan Dunham and Ed- 
mund N. Rothenberger, New York. 

Image (The) of the eose; music by 

G. Reichardt, ed. by James M. Mc- 
Laughlin, of U. S. ; bar. or con- 
tralto solo and cho. of changed, un- 
changed, or mixed voices. 4to. (In 
The coda, no. 440.) [4297 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 
E 379425; Ginn & co., Boston. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Immee leisee wied mein schlummer. 
See Brahms (Johannes). 



Impromptus, nos. 1-4. 
(F. F.) 



See Chopin 



In Dutch; words and music by E. J. 

Lake, of U. S. [4298 

© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916; E 379328; Edgar J. Lake, 

Los Angeles. 

In eveey way I teied to play a lov- 
ee's paet with you; words and 
music by Henry A. Kiernan, of U. S. 

[4299 
© Feb. 21, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378628 ; H. A. Kiernan, East Bos- 
ton, Mass. 

In fae-away Japan. See Dreamer 
o' dreams. 

In my deae old home town fae 
away; words and music by A. De 
Francis, arr. by A. G. Mastrippo- 
lito, of IT. S. [4300 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1916; E 382085; 
Albert De Francis, Philadelphia. 

In that beautiful city of deeams ; 

words by W. W. Larmour, music bv 

Robert Van Sickle, of U. S. [4301 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1916; E 382343; 

W. Winan Larmour, Wewoka, Okla. 

In the cottage by the sea ; words by 

H. Block, music by J. E. Andino, of 

IT. S. [4302 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378688; 

Hugo Block, Watertown, Wis. 

In the heaet of the sunset; by 
Harold Freeman, arr. by Geo. J. 
Trinkaus, of IT. S. ; vocal orches- 
tration in original key of A flat. 
4to. [4303 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 382063; M. Witmark & 
sons, New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on arrangement.] 

In the hills of old Killaeney; by 
Pickens-Waters, of U. S., arr. by 
W. Lewis, of IT. S., orch. 4to. 

[4304 
© Mar. 29, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 27, 1916 ; 
E 379176; Warner C. Williams, In- 
dianapolis. [Copyright is claimed 
on the arangement.] 

In the land of the IT. S. A. ; words 
and music by H. Y. Moran, of IT. S. 

[4305 
© 1 c. Mar. 3, 1916; E 378618; 
Harry Y. Moran, New York. 

In the meadows. See From the coun- 
try-side, No. 1. 



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4324 



In the prison of your heart ; words 
by Addison Burkhardt and Clias. W. 
Collins, music by Louis A. Hirsch, 
of U. S., arr. by Eugene Platzinann, 
of U. S. [4306 

© 1 c. Mar. 31, 1916; B 379319; 
Shapiro, Bernstein & co., inc., New 
York. 

In the schoolhouse where we 
learned our A B C's ; words by Joe 
Sweeney, music by Phil. Schaefer, 
of U. S. [4307 

© Mar. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; B 379111 ; J. P. Sweeney, Som- 
erville, Mass. 

In the street. See France (Leo) 
Five poems, No. 2. 

In the subway; words and music by 

J. I. Daly, of U. S. [4308 

© Mar. 25, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 

1916; E 379236; Joseph I. Daly, 

New York. 

In the summertime ; words by Ray 

Carroll, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4309 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378693; 

C. R. Pierson, E. Liverpool, O. 

In the vale of despair and love ; 

words by R. A. Robertson, music by 

J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4310 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379094; 

Ruth A. Robertson, South Euclid, O. 

In the Valley of the Moon ; words 
and music by Worton David, Bert 
Lee & Lawrence bright, of England. 

[4311 

© Apr. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 6, 1916 ; 

E 369981 ; B. Feldman & co., London. 

In the woodland; mazurka by Mau- 
rice Randall, of Australia, op. 21 ; 
piano solo. [4312 

© Feb. 21, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916 ; E 369863 ; W. H. Paling & co., 
Sydney, Australia. 

In Viennese style (Wienerisch) ; lyric 
piece by Hans Ailbout, of Germany ; 
piano. [4313 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369901; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Indian dance ; by H. TV. Steele, of 

U. S., op. 1, no. 1; piano. [4314 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916; E 379307; Harold W. Steele, 

Golden, Col. 



Indiana guards ; march by W. H. 

Kieffer, of U. S. ; piano. [4315 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 

1916; E 378895; C. L. Barnhouse, 

Oskaloosa, la. 

Installation march ; by Geo. Noyes 
Rockwell, of U. S., arr. by R. Ferber, 
of U. S. ; piano 4 hands. [4316 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379169; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. [Copyright is claimed 
on the arrangement.] 

International anthem ; words and 
music by Saffa Kinney, of U. S. 

[4317 
© Mar. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 379076 ; Edward B. Kinney, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

International fox trot ; by Eugene 

Platzmann, of U. S. ; piano. [4318 

© Mar. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1916; E 382186; Church, Paxson & 

co., New York. 

Irene, my queen ; words and music 

by A. L. Gilmore, of U. S. [4319 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 

1916; E 382346; Martin Greenwald, 

New York. 

Irish love; lyric by Alfred Bryan, 

music by L. Edwards, U. S. ; low 

key of C. [4320 

© Feb. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 

E 382115 ; Leo Edwards, New York. 

Irish reel; by Cyril Scott, of Eng- 
land ; piano. [4321 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 380122; Elkin & co., ltd., 
London. 

Isola; from The Gitanos, by S. Cole- 
ridge-Taylor, op. 26, arr. by Alex 
Roloff; piano. [4322 

© Mar. 3, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369899; Augener ltd., Lon- 
don. 

It came upon the midnight clear; 
words from the poem by Edmund H. 
Sears, music by Helena Bingham, of 
U. S. ; high and medium voice. [4323 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. each, Mar. 
27, 1916; E 382341; Helena Bing- 
ham Burton, Garfield, Colo. 

It's a wonderful world after all ; 
words by G. I. Francis and J. J. Mc- 
Grath, music by A. Fred. Phillip, 
of U. S. [4324 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378629 ; David W. Cooper, Boston. 



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It's the woman who pays ; lyric by 
Will D. Cobb, music by Gus Ed- 
wards. [4325 
© Mar. 6, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 382058; Song review co., 
inc., New York. 

It's up to you ; words by Lizzie De 
Armond, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [4326 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916; 
E 378580; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

It wasn't my fault ; words by Her- 
bert Reynolds, music by Jerome 
Kern, of U. S. [4327 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 
1916; E 382366; T. B. Harms & 
Francis, Day & Hunter. 

Italiano ; quartet from the musical 
play, Tina, words by Paul A. Rubens 
& Percy Greenbank, music by Paul 
A. Rubens, of Great Britain. [4328 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 17, 
1916 ; E 369867 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Jack and Jill ; march two step, by 
W. C. Powell, of U. S., arr. by F. H. 
Losey. of U. S., full band. 4to. 

[4329 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 379046; Vandersloot music 
pub. co., Williamsport, Pa. [Copy- 
right is claimed on arrangement] 

Jeannette; by Dorothy Forster, of 

England ; piano. [4330 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916 ; E 369967 ; Thomas J. Donlan, 

New York. 
Jerusalem the golden ; sacred song, 

words by Bernard, of Clugny, music 

by Luella Olmsted Burnham, of 

U. S. ; in key of F, with organ or 

piano ace. [4331 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 

E 382053; C. W. Thompson & co., 

Boston. 
Jesus, and shall it ever be; sacred 

song, words by Joseph Grigg, music 

by Flaxington Harker, of U. S., op. 

13, no. 1 ; high or medium voice and 

piano or organ ace. [4332 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 

1916; E 382166; G. Schirmer, New 

York. 
Jesus can save you to-day : words by 

Johnson Oatman, jr., music by A. A. 

Baldwin, of U. S. [4333 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 378592; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 



Jesus my Savior ; words and music by 

Mary H. Manford, of U. S. [4334 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 

E 378590; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 

Chicago. 

Jesus says you may ; words by Susan 
R. Peck, music by Chas. H. Gabriel, 
of U. S. [4335 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378594; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Jesus then I know ; words by C. S. R., 

music by Theodore E. Perkins, of 

U. S. [4336 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 

E 382145; E. O. Excell, Chicago. 

Jewel's favorite grand march ; by 

B. H. Patterson, of U. S., op. 29; 
piano or organ. [4337 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378644; B. H. Patterson, music 
publisher, Greenfield, Mo. 

Joy of spring. See Ricci (Clara Ross) 
Four songs. 

Joyous message (Frohs botschoft) ; 
by Jul. Herm. Matthey, of Germany ; 
piano. [4338 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369902; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Jubilate; a collection of anthems, se- 
lected by E. S. Lorenz. New York, 
Dayton, O. [etc.l Lorenz publishing 
co., 1916. 224 p. 8vo. [4339 

© Feb. 23, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Mar. 
13, 1916 ; A 42805$ ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Jullien (Rene) Deux intermedes ; 
par. R. Jullien, of France, op. 23; 
violon et piano ; no. 1, en la. No. 2, 
en sol mineur. [4340, 4341 

© Mar. 11, 1916 ; 1 c. each Mar. 25, 
1916 ; E 380172, 380173 ; Max Eschig, 
Paris. 

June June, June ; words by E. O. 

Hopkins, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4342 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; E 378673 ; E. 

C. Hopkins, Putnam, Conn. 

Junge liebe; ged. von Fritz Diiwell, 
music von Gustav Bunicke, of Ger- 
many, op. 34, no. 2; eine singstimme 
mit klavierbegl. [4343 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Mui\ 27, 
1916; E 369941; Saturn-verlag, Ber- 
lin- Wilmersdorf, Germany. 



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4361 



Junior laurel songs ; teachers' ed. 
[By] M. Teresa Armitage. Boston, 
C. C. Birchard & co. [1916] 2 p. 1., 
331, [2] p. 4to. [4344 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; an 2 . Mar. 20, 1916; A 428180; 
C. C. Birchard & co., Boston. 

Just a girl of yesterday; words and 
music by Geo. W. Meyer, of U. S. 

[4345 
© Apr. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1916 ; 
E 379327 ; Maurice Richmond music 
co., inc., New York. 

Just a line to say hello ; words and 
music by Arthur Kendrew, of U. S. 

[4346 
© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916 ; E 379332 ; Burke & Kendrew, 
Brockton, Mass. 

Just a little quiet's all you need; 

words and music by F. S. Porter, 

arr. by R. B. Brewer, of U. S. [4347 

© 1 c. Feb. 26, 1916; E 378711; 

Frederick S. Porter, Cleveland. 

Just a tiny cottage; words by J. 
Oliver Twiss, music by Arthur Ches- 
ney, of England ; no. 1 in C. [4348 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1916 ; E 380143 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Just be glad ; by Marion R. Ellis, of 
U. S. ; piano. [4349 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 377980; Willis music co., Cincin- 
nati. 

Just because i know you love me ; 
words by F. M. Kenyon, music by 

E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. [4350 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378690; 

F. M. Kenyon, Hartford. 

Just home from college; words by 

E. C. Jansen, music by E. S. S. 

Huntington, of IT. S. [4351 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E. 379087; 

E. C. Jansen, Chicago. 

Just little Miss American for me ; 

words by A. H. McKean, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4352 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382137; 

Annie Helen McKean, Lomela, Tex. 

Just try to picture me down home in 
Tennessee ; one step by Walter 
Donaldson, played by Pete Wend- 
ling, of U. S. (Rythmodik record 
music rolls A12762.) [4353 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379212 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



Kaiser Wilhelm. See Liszt (Franz). 

Kappa sigma's sweetheart; by T. F. 

Shea, of U. S. [4354 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916; E 379334; Thomas F. Shea, 

Cambridge, Mass. 

Katie from the country; words by 
R. P. Dort, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [4355 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377875; 
Robby P. Dort, San Luis Obispo, 
Cal. 

Kayser (H. E.). Thirty-six elemen- 
tary and progressive studies ; by H. 
E. Kayser, op. 20, revised and fin- 
gered by Louis Svecenski, of Poland, 
domiciled at New York ; violin. In- 
troductory to the celebrated studies 
by Rodolphe Kreutzer, complete in 
one vol. no. 750. [4356 

© Nov. 6, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 3, 
1916; E 378614; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on re- 
vision and fingering.] 

Keeper of the gate ; from The court 
of dreams, a set of five eastern 
lyrics, words by Edward Tesche- 
macher, music by T. Wilkinson 
Stephenson, of Great Britain. [4357 
© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369919; Boosey & co., 
London. 

Key to piano melodies ; by H. W. 

Geiger, of U. S. obi. 16mo. [4358 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 1, 

1916; E 378997; Henry W. Geiger, 

New York. 

Khaki (A) lad; words by F. Bickley, 
music by Florence Aylward, of 
Great Britain ; piano. [4359 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1916; E 380154; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Kima ; by B. Austin, of U. S. ; piano. 

[4360 
© Mar. 22, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379153; Blanche Austin, 
Salt Lake City. 

Kinderlied ; aus dem schwank, Der 
gatte des frauleins, worte von Bol- 
ten Backers, musik von Paul 
Lincke, of Germany. [4361 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380185; Apollo-verlag, 
Berlin. 

Kindly (The) Thames. See Silvery 
(The) Thames. No. 1. 



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King Alcohol must go; a temperance 
cantata, words and music by S. M. 
Lutz, of U. S. [4362 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378626 ; Samuel M. Lutz, Decatur, 
111. 
King of the cross ; words by A. A. 
Payn and Lizzie De Armond, music 
by F. A. Clark, of U. S.. 8vo. 

[4363 
© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 31, 1916 ; 
E 379302; Hall-Mack co., Philadel- 
phia. 

King (A) of the sea is he; words 
and music by I. J. Belger, of U. S. 

[4364 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916 ; E 378953 ; Ida J. Belger, Salt 
Lake City. 

Kingdom come; fox-trot two-step by 
A. Boniface, arr. by Chas. Miller, of 
U. S. [4365 

© Mar. 9, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 378928; Davenport music 
pub. co., Davenport, la. 

Kiss your soldier boy good bye ; words 
by Kenneth Mclnnis, music by Sam 
Marks, of Canada. [4366 

© Mar. 21, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 22, 
1916; E 369907; Angelo Canadian 
music publishers assn. ltd., Toronto, 
Canada. 

Kuu lei mokihana ; a song of Hawaii, 
words by Mary Ann Bush, music by 
C. E. King, of IT. S. [4367 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 382079; Chas. E. King, 
Honolulu. 

Lac (LTn) sous la pluie; romance 
sans paroles, par F. Salabert, of 
France ; violon avec ace. el'orchestre. 
4to. [4368 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 380106; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Lady (The) decides; a musical com- 
edy in 3 acts, lyrics by Philip S. 
Dairson and Donald E. Currier, mu- 
sic by O. A. Gundlach and others, of 
U. S. vocal score. [4369 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1916 ; E 379108 ; Oscar A. Gundlach, 
Cambridge, Mass. 

Landler ; by Rene L. Becker, of U. S., 
op. 52, no. 10 ; piano. ( Scenes from 
childhood, no. 10. ) [4370 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379281; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Lake high school song book ; eel. by 
William Alfred White, iv, 427 p. 
4to. [4371 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; aff. Apr. 1, 1916; A 427491; 
Scott, Foresman & co., Chicago. 

Lakesonian march ; by M. L. Lake, of 
U. S. 4to. 1. Arr. for full orch. 
2. Military band. [4372, 4373 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. each Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378857, 378858 ; Carl Fischer, 
New York. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Land (The) of Gra-ma-chree ; words 
and music by Lewis Barnes, of Eng- 
land, in E flat. [4374 
© Mar. 20. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 369970; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

■ Same. [4375 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380181; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Land (The) of happy hearts; words 
by D. Eardley-Wilmot, music by 
Arthur Meale, of England, no. 2 in 
E flat. [4376 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916 ; E 369926 ; Enoch & sons, Lon- 
don. 

Land of loves sunshine ; words by 
Edward Lockton, music by Reginald 
Fraser, of England ; no. 2 in E flat. 

[4377 
© Mar. 27, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 28, 
1916 ; E 380191 ; J. B. Cramer & co., 
ltd., London. 

Land (The) of nod and dreams ; 

words by Mrs. T. L. Moore, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4378 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378905; 

Mrs. T. L. Moore, Anita, Ariz. 

Land of the long ago ; duet, words by 
Charles Knight, music by Lilian 
Ray ; soprano and tenor, no. 2 in G. 

[4379 
© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 382029; Chappell & co., ltd., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on duet 
arrangement] 

Last (The) rose of summer; by J. L. 
Deppen, of U. S. ; piano and 'cello. 

[4380 
© 1 c. Mar. 21, 1916; E 382151; 
Jessie Louise Deppen, Cleveland 
Heights, Ohio. 



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4397 



Latjda Sion ; sequence for the feast of 
Corpus Christi, music by A. Ming, ed 
by Eduardo Marzo, of U. S. ; -sop., 
tenor and bass, with organ ace. 

[4381 

© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1916; E 378880; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 

editing.] 

Leap year melody; words and music 
by C. Feist, jr., and L. Backherms. 

[4382 
© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378896; Chas. Feist, jr., & 
Lou Backherms, Cincinnati. 

Leap year waltz ; by H. D. Luban, of 

U. S., an*, by Geo. J. Trinhaus, of 

U. S. [4383 

© 1 c. Mar. 28, 1916; E 382354; 

Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 

Leave it to the debutantes ; words 
and music by A. I. Barton. [4384 
© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378658; Alfred I. Barton, Phila- 
delphia. 

Leben tjnd leben lassen ; marschlied 
aus Arizonda, operette in zwei akten, 
text von Felix Dormann, musik von 
Gilbert [pseud, of Max Winterfeld], 
of Germany, arr. v. Otto Linde- 
mann, fur piano zweihandig. [4385 
© Feb. 25. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 369944; Max Winterfeld, 
Berlin. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement. ] 

Legend (A) ; by J. P. Ludebuehl, of 

U. S., op. 48; piano. [4386 

© Feb. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 

E 382048: B. F. Wood music co., 

Boston. 

■ by Rosetter G. Cole, of U. S., 

op. 31; piano. [4387 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379133; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

■ (Erzahlung) ; lyric piece, by 

Hans Ailbout, of Germany ; piano. 

[4388 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20. 
1916; E 369903; Theo. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

Legend, Christ in His garden. See 
Tschaikowsky (P.I.) 

Lent; ed. by James M. McLaughlin, 
of U. S. ; words and melody. (Cath- 
olic school music, No. 15). Contents: 
Act of supplication. — Christians, who 



Lent — Continued. 

of Jesus' sorrows. — Act of contri- 
tion. [4389 
© Feb. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; A 426584; Ginn & co., Bos- 
ton. 

Leona waltz. See Ukulele instructor. 

Leschetizky (Theodor) Matchless 
(A) night; written and adapted by 
Harley Rosso [pseud, of H. Ross 
McClure], of U. S., music by T. 
Leschetizky ; medium voice. [4390 
© Mar. 8, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916; E 382239; Ohio publishers, 
Sidney, O. [Copyright is claimed 
on adaptation.] 

Lest we forget ; music by I. Tide- 
strom, of U. S. ; piano. [4391 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916. E 378772; 
Ivar Tidestrom, Washington. 

Let me die for the Stars and 
Stripes ; words by L. Kutzura, 
music by E. S. S. Huntington. 

[4392 
© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378678; 
Louis Kutzura, So. Bethlehem, Pa. 

Let me see yotj smile for just a 

little while; words and music by 

E. G. Allanson, of U. S. [4393 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 378890; 

Edward G. Allanson, Anita, la. 

Let's be prepared ; words by Boboy 
Heath, music by Billy James. 

[4394 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382182; Joe Morris music 
co., New York. 

Let's go somewhere ; words by E. E. 

Schultz, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4395 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382023; 

Mrs. E. E. Schultz, Wawbay, N. Dak. 

Let the fiddles, flutes and brasses ; 
three part song, English version by 
A. M. Blomberg, of U. S., music uy 
Christian Sinding, op. 47, no. 4. 

[4396 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1916; E 378879; Oliver Ditson co., 

Boston. Copyright is claimed on 

English version.] 

Lettre (La) du poilu; paroles de 
Jean Fortuna, musique de Albert 
Wolff, of France; chant et piano. 

[4397 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 

1916 ; E 380168 ; Max Eschig, Paris. 



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L-i-b-e-k-t-y ; words and music by T. S. 

Barron, of U. S. [4398 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1916; E 382169; Ted S. Barron, 

New York. 

Liebesfeeud ; alt - Wiener-tanzweisen, 
no. 1, by Fritz Kreisler, played by 
Howard Brockway, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modick record music rolls H12724. ) 

[4399 

© Sept. 20. 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916 ; E 379207 ; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

Liebeslied ; by E. Dorothea Barcroft, 
of Great Britain ; piano in D, sim- 
plified edition. [4400 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369915; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Liebestkeu. See Brahms (Johannes). 

Light (The) of life; words and 

music by Ethel P. Crippen, of U. S. 

[4401 
© Feb. 26, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 1, 
1916; E 378588; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Light (The) of youth; march song 
for schools, music by J. C. Macy, 
of U. S. ; sop. and alto. [4402 

© Mar. 1, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 
1916; E 378878; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Lighten our darkness ; a collect for 
aid against perils, music by Harvey 
B. Gaul, of U. S. ; mixed voices, with 
organ ad lib. 4to. (General an- 
thems, no. 6519.) [4403 
© Mar. 6, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1916; E 378727; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Lights (The) of home; four-part 
chorus, words by Alfred Noyes, 
music by Marshall Bartholomew, of 
U. S. ; men's voices. (Secular oc- 
tavo choruses, no. 6290.) [4404 
© Mar. 7, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 9, 
1916; E 378749; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Lilma; lullaby by Ernest Toy, of 
Australia, domiciled at Fort Wayne, 
Ind. ; violin and piano. [4405 

© Feb. 9, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 10, 
1916; E 377434; Clayton F. Summy 
co., Chicago. 

Lima; from the comic opera See 
America first, words and music by 
T. Lawrason Riggs and Cole Porter, 
of U. S. [4406 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379284; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 



Linda Lou ; words and music by Billy 

Cassidy, of U. S. [4407 

© Jan. 2, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 8, 

1916; E 377985; E. J. Murray mus. 

co., Pittsburgh. 

Linger; ballad, words and music by 
P. C. Squire, of U. S. [4408 

© Feb. 11, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 14, 1916 ; 
E 377505 ; Paul C. Squire, Boston. 

Lirnik Polski; dodatek do miesiecz- 
nika stowarzyszenia Poliskich or- 
ganistow w Ameryce, Lutnia, mu- 
zyka St. Surzynskiego i R. Zientar- 
skiego, of U. S. ; chor meski, serya. 
druga. 16mo. [4409 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379139; Polish organist's 
assn., Chicago. 

Lissen ter dis story ; song or musical 
recitation ; words from Atlanta Con- 
stitution, music by Jessie L. Pease, 
of U. S. [4410 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 23, 
1916; E 378375; Theo.. Presser co., 
Philadelphia. 

List'ning soul; words and music by 
W. H. Ross, arr. by Daniel Ball, of 
U. S. [4411 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 378952; W. H. Ross, Grand 
Rapids, Mich. 

Liszt (Franz) Kaiser Wilhelm ; na- 
tional hymn, without words, music 
by F. Liszt, arr. by C. V. Lachmund, 
of U. S. [4412 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379081; 
Carl Y. Lachmund, Yonkers, N. Y. 

Loreley (The) (Die Lorelei) ; 

words by H. Heine, tr. by Arthur 
Westbrook, music by Fr. Liszt, arr. 
by Homer B. Hatch, of U. S. ; men's 
voices. [4413 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382203; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Little (A) bit of fluff; intermission, 
by Brigata Bucalossi, of England ; 
piano. [4414 

© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 21, 
1916; E 380138; Ascherberg, Hop- 
wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

Little Boy Blue ; lullaby, words and 

music by L. B. Sullivan. [4415 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1916; E 382154; Luta B. Sullivan, 

Anderson, S. C. 



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4432 



Little Edward high school march ; 
by H. C. Hobbs, of U. S. ; piano. 

[4416 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 

3916 ; E 379112 ; Edward Little school 

musical and literary assn., Auburn, 

Me. 

Little fat Lilly Kratjse ; words and 

music by L. J. Fullerton ; words and 

melody only. [4417 

© 1 c. Mar. 6, 1916; E 378641; 

Lewis J. Fullerton, New York. 

Little Louis is a volunteer; words 

bv A. T. Kines, music by J. E. An- 

dino. [4418 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378924; 

Alvin T. Kines, Manitoba, Can. 

Little Mary waltz; by E. D. Evans, 

of IT. S. ; piano. [4419 

© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 378796; 

Ezekiel Dudley Evans, Lynnfield 

Centre, Mass. 

Little race-horse; by Rene L.Becker, 
of U. S., op. 52, no. 7; piano. 
(Scenes from childhood, no. 7) 

[4420 
© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379278; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

\ Little scherzo. See Borch (Gaston) 
Four little lyric pieces. 

j Lonesome street ; words by Ray- 
mond Pierson, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [4421 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378692; 
C. R. Pierson, E. Liverpool, O. 

Long ago ; serenade, words by W. I. 
Lincoln Adams, music by Herbert 
E. Hyde, of U. S. ; medium voice. 

[4422 
© Apr. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 
E 379411 ; G. Schirmer, New York. 

See also Ricci (Clara Ross) Four 

songs. 
Long live the ladies ; words by Joe 

Young and E. Rav Goetz, music bv 

Geo. W. Meyer, of IT. S. [4423 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 

1916 ; E 379001 ; Waterson, Berlin & 

Snyder co., New York. 

Longing ; English version by Elisa- 
beth M. Lockwood, of England ; mu- 
sic by Tor Aulin ; voice & piano. 
(Three songs, no. 1.) [4424 

© Mar. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 5, 1916 ; 
E 369977 ; J. & W. Chester, London. 
[Copyright is claimed on English 
version.] 



Longing (A) for home; words by E. 

Reiser, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4425 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382138; 

Emma Reiser, Woodhaven, L. I. 

Longing (A) for mother; lyric by 
George MacFarlane, music by Theo- 
dore Morse, of U. S. [4426 
© Mar. 2, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378635 ; Leo Feist, inc., New York. 

Look up, lift up ; words by Gertrude 
Stanley Jester, music by C. Walter 
Waggoner, of U. S. [4427 

© Mar. 22, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 379078; Gertrude Stanley 
Jester, Wellsville, O. 

Loraine schottische. See Ukulele in- 
structor. 

Lord (The) is my strength; words 
from the Bible, music by R. M. 
Stults, of U. S. 4to. (Easter an- 
thems, no. 257.) [4428 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379295; Hall Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Lord of the Eastertide (Der Herr der 
Osterzeit) ; an Easter cantata for 
church choirs, choral societies, etc., 
text prepared by Mrs. Edith San- 
ford Tillotson, deutscher text von 
H. von Berge, music composed by 
John D. Creswell. 60 p. 4to. (On 
cover: Lorenz's choir cantatas, no. 
38.) [4429 

© Jan. 17, 1916 ; 2 c. and aff. Feb. 
11, 1916 ; A 420731 ; Lorenz pub. co., 
Dayton, O. 

Lord, remember me ; words scriptural, 
music by Charles B. Blount, of IT. S. ; 
solo and chorus, mixed voices. [4430 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378666; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

Lord's (The) prayer (orqe hums) ; 
English text adapted to the music, 
the customary chant, by N. L. Nor- 
den, of IT. S. ; for the Aeolian choir. 
4to. [4431 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378756; N. Lindsay Norden, 
Brooklyn. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

Lord's (The) prayer and offertory 
sentence ; music by E. Stanley Se- 
der, of U. S. ; quartet or chorus. 4to. 
(Church music review, no. 415.) 

[4432 
© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 379020; H. W. Gray co., 
New York. 



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Loreley. See Liszt (Franz). 

Lot's of Girls ; words and music by 
R. E. Ponsonby, of U. S. [4433 

© 1 c. Mar. 9, 1916; E 378719; 
Ray Edgar Ponsonby, St. Paul. 

Louise waltzes ; by S. Mueller, arr. 
by A. B. Cintura. of U. S. ; orch. 4to. 

[4434 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1916; E 379263; Start Mueller, Ev- 

ansville, Ind. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Love is all that matters ; lyrics and 
music by A. I. Barton, of U. S. 

[4435 
© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378713; Alfred I. Barton, Phila- 
delphia. 

Love (A) letter; by E. Dorothea Bar- 
croft, of Great Britain ; piano. 

[4436 
© Mar. 20. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369914; Collard Moutrie, 
London. 

Love makes the world worth while ; 
words and music by Tessa Alicia 
Dent, of U. S. ; medium voices. 

[4437 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 6, 
1916; E 378667; Chas. N. Daniels, 
San Francisco. 

Love me in the morning early ; from 
My home town girl, lyrics by Louis 
Weslyn, music by Louis A. Hirsch, 
of U. S. [4438 

© Mar. 16; 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916 ; E 378960 ; M. Witmark & sons, 
New York. 

Love me little, love me long ; words 
from 16th century, old English air, 
arr. by Geoffrey Shaw, of Great Brit- 
ain ; part song for mixed voices, 
unacc. 4to. [4439 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369877; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

Love ( A ) that will not die ; waltz 
song, lyric by Bertha Bell, music bv 
A. L. Gardey, of U. S. [4440 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 15, 1916 ; 
E 378932; Mrs. A. E. Bell, Cleve- 
land. 

Love untold ; words by J. P. Dalton, 
music by York Bowen, of England. 
No. 2 in B flat. [4441 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380183; York Bowen, % 
Cary & co., London. 



Love will live ; words by Patrick Mac- 
Gill, music by Charles Fonteyn Man- 
ney, of U. S. ; medium voice in B 
flat. [4442 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 18, 1916 ; 
E 382201 ; Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

Love's desire; melody by Vittore Lo- 

reto, [pseud, of] Ernest Barnard, of 

Great Britain ; piano. [4443 

© Jan. 1, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 

E 380116 ; Schott & co., London. 

Love's freedom ; words and music by 
F. Walker, of U. S. [4444 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; E 379042; 
Frankie Walker, Portland, Or. 

Loves romance ; adapted from the fa- 
mous Raymond overture, with orig- 
inal movements by Jack and Joseph 
Kammen, of U. S. ; piano. [4445 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378716 ; Saul Schenker, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Loving but you, sweetheart; words 

by Chester Scott, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [4446 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382001; 

Chester Scott, Kokomo. Ind. 

Loyal to Jesus ; words by Ida L. Reed, 
music by Wm. T. Kirkpatrick and 
Chas. H. Gabriel, of U. S. [4447 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 1, 1916 ; 
E 378586; Homer A. Rodeheaver, 
Chicago. 

Lullaby (A) ; words by Olevia Aplin 
Williamson, music by E. S. S. Hunt- 
ington, of U. S. [4448 
© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379092; 
Mrs. Harold Williamson. Rav, N. 
Dak. 

Lum tiddley; words by Paul A. Ru- 
bens and Percy Greenbank, music by 
Paul A. Rubens, of Great Britain. 

[4449 
© Mar. 20. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 23, 
1916 ; E 380157 ; Chappell & co., ltd., 
London. 

Lyrical (A) fantasy; by R. H. Wal- 
thew, of England ; piano. London, 
Cary & co. [4450 

© Mar. 24, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916 ; E 380184 ; Richard H. Walthew, 
% Cary & co.. London. 



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4467 



Ma poupee chebie; berceuse-chanson 
pour petite ou grande fille, poenie et 
musique de D. de Severac, of 
France; chant et piano, voix nioy- 
enne. [4451 

© Mar. 11, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 380164; Rouart, Lerolle et 
cie., Paris. 

McLaughlin (James M.) ed. Two 
credos ; ed. by J. M. McLaughlin, of 
U. S. 12mo. (Catholic school mu- 
sic, no. 1.) Contents.— No. 209. 
Credo 3.— No. 210. Credo 4. [4452 
© Dec. 31, 1915 ; 2 c. Mar. 2, 1916 ; 
A 425716 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Madame Sans-Gene ; commedia di Vit- 
toriano Sardou et E. Moreau, 
ridotta in tre atti per le scene 
liriche da Renato Sirnoni, musica di 
Umberto Giordano, of Italy, ridu- 
zione di R. Delli Ponti of Italy ; 
pianoforte solo. [4453 

© Apr. 3, 1915 ; 2 c. Oct. 12, 1915 ; 
D 19667 ; Edoardo Sonzogno, Milan. 

Madcap Edna Ray ; words by G. J. 
Chaloner, music by E. S. S. Hunting- 
ton, of U. S. [4454 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382003; 
Gilbert J. Chaloner, Dorchester, 
Mass. 

Maggie Beown, don't tuen me down ; 

words by A. H. Hayes, music by J. 

E. Andino, of U. S. [4455 

© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382010; 

A. H. Hayes, Winnipeg, Canada. 

Magnificat and Nunc dimittis ; mu- 
sic by Max Pirani, of Great Britain, 
domiciled at New York; mixed 
voices, organ ace. (8vo. choruses, 
no. 6530.) [4456 



© Mar. 



1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 



1916; E 379229; G. Schirmer. New 
York. 

■ simple setting to Continental 

variants, of the fourth and third 
tones, arr. by G. Sceats, of England, 
with organ ace. throughout. [4457 
© Mar. 28, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 29, 
1916; E 369964; Godfrey Sceats, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
arrangement.] 

Mai poina oe (Forget me not) ; from 
Bird of paradise, arr. by F. L. 
Littig, of U. S. ; steel guitar duet, 
solo & ace. [4458 

© Feb. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 382072; Frank L. Littig, 
Los Angeles. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 



Maid of Mexico; words by L. C. Coo- 
ley, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[4459 
© 1 c. Mar. 10, 1916; E 382020; 
L. C. Cooley, Des Moines. 

Maiden's eeveele ; nocturne, by L. M. 
Hervey, revised by Josef Frantz 
[pseud for H. L. Heartz], of U. S. ; 
piano. [4460 

© Nov. 25, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1915 ; E 379109 ; White-Smith music 
pub. co., Boston. [Copyright is 
claimed on revision.] 

Majestic ; overture by Carl Lawrence, 
of U. S. ; military band. 34 pts. 4to. 

[4461 
© Mar. 11. 1916: 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 382084; J. E. Agnew, Des 
Moines. 

Malay (The) moon ; words and music 
by Dorothy D. Deene, of U. S. 

[4462 

© Mar. 4, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378815; Will Rossiter, 
Chicago. 

Mamenitj koif mie dos ; by Mr. Avro- 
mowich, arr. by H. A. Russotto, of 
U. S. ; voice and piano. [4463 

© Mar. 6, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378717 ; Saul Schenker, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Mammy; lyric by Lester A. Walton, 
music by Will Marion Cook ; no. 1 
medium voice. [4464 

© Feb. 18, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 28, 
1916; E 382102; Empire Music co., 
inc., New York. 

Mam'zelle Boy-Scout ; no. 1. Over- 
ture, musique de Gustav Goublier, of 
France; orchestra complet avec 
piano-conducteur. [4465 

© Feb. 26, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 380104; Heugel et cie., 
Paris. [Copyright is claimed on or- 
chestra.] 

Man (The) at the feont ; prepared- 
ness, words by M. Newland, music 
by V. W. Rucker, of IT. S. [4466 
© 1 c. Mar. 29, 1916; E 379252; 
Martha Newland and Violet W. 
Rucker, Oakland, Cal. 

Manila bag; Filipino music, by G. 

Domingo, of U. S. ; piano. [4467 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 

1916; E 378898; Gregorio Domingo, 

Liberal, Kan. 



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Maple leaves ; by George L. Spauld- 

ing, of U. S. ; piano. [4468 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 

1916 ; E 382368 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. 

Makblehead; the summer days are 
gone, words and music by D. Black- 
ford, of U. S. [4469 
© Mar. 30, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379338; Dora Blackford, 
Marblehead, Mass. 

Maech. See Nicode (Jean Louis). 
Six aphorisms. 

March of the allies ; by C. McEwen ; 

piano. [4470 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 16, 

1916; E 382155; Candice McEwen, 

Ogdensburg, N. Y. 

Maech of the clowns ; by William E. 
Haesche, played by Felix Gerdts, of 
Austria. (Rythmodik record music 
rolls D12792.) [4471 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 369956 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Maech (The) that maeched hee boy 
away; words and music by J. J. 
Sigismond, of U. S. [4472 

© Feb. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916 ; E 378845 ; James J. Sigismond, 
Brooklyn. 

Maeche des cubistes ; par Eugene 

Reynaud ; piano. [4473 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 

1916; E 369897; Hachette & cie., 

Paris. 

Maeche des gaedes-voies ; pas redou- 
ble, paroles et musique de Andre 
Bouvery, of France ; chant et piano. 

[4474 
© Dec. 23, 1915; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369892; Hachette & co., 
Paris. 

Maeche des p'tites poupees ; two step 
par Emile Kohler, of France ; piano. 

[4475 
© Feb. 17, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 369896; Hachette & co., 
Paris. 

Maeche funebee. See Chopin (F. F.) 

Maeche Gaudet ; par D. Rouillard, of 

Canada ; piano. [4476 

© Mar. 21, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 24, 

1916 ; E 369932 ; Donalda Rouillard, 

Pierreville P. Q., Canada. 



Maeia, O Maeie ; serenade aus der op- 
erette, Das fraulein vom amt, musik 
von Gilbert [pseud, of M. Winter- 
feld], arr. v. Otto Lindemann; or- 
chester stimmen. Berlin, Biihnen- 
verlag, Ahn & Simrock, g. m. b. h. 

[4477 

© Feb. 4, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 4, 1916 ; 

E 380228; Max Winterfeld, Berlin- 

Wannsee, Germany. [Copyright is 

claimed on arrangement.] 

Maeeaine d'amoue; chanson, paroles 
et musique de Pierre Chapelle, of 
France. [4478 | 

© Feb. 25, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 380111; Francis Salabert, 
Paris. 

Maey ; words and music by C. Austin 
Miles, of U. S. 4to. (Easter an- 
thems, no. 255) [4479 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379297; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 

Mass of the angels ; edited by James 
M. McLaughlin, of U. S. ; words and 
melody. (Catholic school music, no. 
7. ) Contents : — Kyrie. — Gloria. — 

Credo. — Sanctus. — Agnus Dei. — Re- 
sponses at high mass, nos. 1-8. [4480 
© Dec. 31, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 10, 
1916 ; A 426576 ; Ginn & co., Boston. 

Massa's in the cold geound ; para- 
phrase by C. W. Bennet, of U. S. ; 
military band. [4481 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382200; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Massenet (Jlles Emile Feedeeic) 
Melodie ; elegy from The Erynnies 
by J. Massenet, arr. by H. F. Odell, 
of U. S. ; full mandolin orch. [4482 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 17, 1916 ; 
E 379008; Carl Fischer, New York. 
[Copyright is claimed on arrange- 
ment.] 

Mastee (Abraham) Prelude; von A. 
Master, of U. S. ; pianoforte. 
Philadelphia, Pa., The Master pub. 
co. [4483 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379329; Abraham Master, 
Philadelphia. 

Matchless night. See Leschetizky 
(Theodor) 

Matilda ; a miniature grand opera, 

words and music by F. Schmidt, of 

IT. S. [4484 

© 1 c. Apr. 10, 1916; D 19670; 

Frederick Schmidt, Stockton, Cal. 



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no. 4, 1916 



4501 



Matter (A) of business ; from Come 
to Bohemia, lyrics by George S. 
Chappell, music by Kenneth M. 
Murchison, of U. S. [4485 

© Mar. 16, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 378980; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Mattinata ; by Tosti, played by How- 
ard Brockway, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls F12552.) [4486 
© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379211 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

May-day (A) song; duett, words by 
Dorothy E. Gherst, music by Or- 
lando A. Mansfield, of U. S., op. 100 ; 
women's voices. 4to. [4487 

© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378662; C. W. Thompson & co., 
Boston. 

May God bless all the Irish and 
bless old Kentucky too ; words and 
music by W. H. Christophel, of U. S. 

[4488 
© Mar. 24, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 25, 
1916; E 379124; Wm. H. Chris- 
tophel, Covington, Ky. 

May the Stars and Stripes forever 
wave; words and music by J. P. 
Woodruff, of U. S. ; patriotic song. 

[4489 
© Mar. 3, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916; 
E 378668; J. Paul Woodruff, South 
Bend, Ind. 

May-time; words by Margaret Whit- 
ney Mears, music by Mary Turner 
Salter, of U. S. ; high voice in F. 

[4490 
© Feb. 28, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382199; Oliver Ditson co., 
Boston. 

Maybe you'll come back to me then ; 
words and music by Earl Berlin and 
Jess Hollweg. [4491 

© Feb. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 21, 1916 ; 
E 377636; Bell music pub. co., St. 
Louis. 

Meadow (The) rue. See Gillette 

(James R.) Three songs without 

words. 
Meadow waltz ; by Ren6 L. Becker, of 

U. S., op. 52, no. 2; piano. (Scenes 

from childhood, no. 2.) [4492 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 

1916; E 379273; G. Schirmer, New 

York. 
Meditation. See Whittington (Chas.) 

Two lyric pieces, no. 2. 



Medley ballad, no. 6 ; played by Pete 
Wendling, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls, H12834.) Con- 
tents : — 1. Norway. — 2. Araby. — 3. In 
the gold fields of Nevada. [4493 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379205 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Melodie. See Massenet (J. E. F.) 

Mem-o-ries ; high-class ballad, lyric by 
Morgan Brown, music by Harry H. 
Williams. [4494 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 382075; Williams pub. co., inc., 
Providence, R. I. 

Memories ; serenade by Maurice Ran- 
dall, of Australia, op. 22 ; piano solo. 

[4495 
© Feb. 16, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 15, 
1916 ; E 369862 ; W. H. Paling & co., 
Sydney, Australia. 

Memories ever glowing in my soul 
for you; words and music by J. F. 
Derrick, of Venezuela, domiciled in 
New York. [4496 

© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 
1916; E 382161; J. Frederick Der- 
rick, New York. 

Memories of Theresa ; words by John 
W. Mooney, music by Carl Muehling, 
pseud, of Ethel Fisher, of U. S. 

[4497 
© 1 c. Feb. 28, 1916; E 377992; 
John W. Mooney, Erie, Pa. 

Memory bells ; words by Mrs. M. P. 

Boiler, music by E. S. S. Huntington, 

of U. S. [4498 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378912; 

Mrs. M. P. Boiler, Denver. 

Mem'ries that linger ; words by 
Bertha Bell, music bv A. L. Gardey, 
of U. S. [4499 

© Mar. 18, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379314; A. E. Bell, Cleve- 
land, O. 

Mem'ry (The) of love's old sweet 

song; words by E. A. Wright, music 

by J. E. Andino, of U. S. [4500 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378681; 

Edna A. Wright, Mission, Tex. 

Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix ) Confidence ; song with- 
out words by Mendelssohn, op. 19, 
no. 4, played by Howard Brockway, 
of U. S. (Rhythmodik record music 
rolls G12633.) [4501 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379199 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 



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Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (Jacob Lud- 
wig Felix) — Continued. 

Nocturne ; from A midsummer 

night's dream, music by Mendels- 
sohn, words by Bertha Remiek, 
music arr. by Earl Towner, of U. S. ; 
mixed voices. 4to. (Beacon series, 
no. 517.) [4502 

© Mar. 1, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 3, 1916 ; 
E 378617 ; Silver, Burdett & co., Bos- 
ton. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement.] 

Romances sans paroles (Songs 

without words) ; de F. Mendelssohn 
Bartholdy, edition revue et doigtee 
par Gabriel Pierne, of France ; piano. 

[4503 
© Mar. 14, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 25, 
1916 ; E 380162 ; Edition f rangaise de 
musique classique, Paris. [Copy- 
right is claimed on revision and 
fingering.] 

Rondo capriccioso; par F. Men- 
delssohn, op. 14, edition revue par C. 
Galeotte, of Italy; piano. (Collec- 
tion Orphee, no. 146.) [4504 

© Mar. 31, 1916 ; 1 c. Apr. 1, 1916 ; 
E 380214 ; Societe" f rangaise d'edition 
des grands classiques musicaux, 
Paris. 

Menuet; par Dorothy Phyllis Nash. 

of Great Britain ; violon avec ace. de 

piano. (Deux pieces, no. 1.) [4505 

© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 

E 380118; Schott & co., London. 

Menuet favori de Madam Recamier; 
d'apres Jean Frangois Lesauer, pour 
violon, avec ace. de piano par Alfred 
de Keyser, of Great Britain, revu 
et doigte par H. Wessely, of Great 
Britain; violon et piano. [4506 

© Feb. 22, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 380117; Schatt & co., Lon- 
don. [Copyright is claimed on ar- 
rangement, revision and fingering.] 

Merrie - go - round ; an old English 
dance, by Ernest Reeves, of Great 
Britain ; piano. [4507 

© Feb. 23, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 380132; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 

Merry whirl ; one-step by Julius Lenz- 
berg, played by Pete Wendling, of 
U. S., assisted by W. E. D. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls A 12772.) 

[4508 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379188; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 



Message (A) to Phyllis; words by 
Thomas Heywood, adapted to an 
arietta by Mercadante, (1797-1870) 
and music arr. and edited by Arthur 
W. Marchant, of Great Britain; 
voice and piano, no. 3 in D. [4509 
© Mar. 20, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 24, 
1916; E 369913; Collard Moutrie, 
London. [Copyright is claimed on 
adaptation.] 

Metodo practico ; por Nicolas Laou- 
reux, traducido de la tercera edicion 
por J. M. Esparza, of Mexico, para 
violin. l a . [4510 

© Mar. 23. 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 369934; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation.] 



[4511 
2 c. Apr. 3, 



© Mar. 31, 1916 
1916; E 369971; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation.] 



8". 



[4512 
Mar. 29, 



© Mar. 28, 1916; 2 c 
1916; E 369959; G. Schirmer, New 
York. [Copyright is claimed on 
translation.] 

Meyer-Helmund (Erik) Dance (Tan- 
zweise) ; by Meyer-Helmund, op. 28, 
no. 2, played by Marguerite Yolavy, 
of Austria. ( Rythmodik record mu- 
sic rolls J12575.) [4513 
© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 369954 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

Michigan's favorite college songs, 
ed. by Roy Dickinson Welch and 
Earl Vincent Moore. [3d ed.] Ann 
Arbor, Mich., University music house 
[1915] 4 p. 1., 13-180 p. illus., 
ports. 4to. [4514 

© Dec. 9, 1915 ; 2 c. Dec. 13, 1915 ; 
aff . Feb. 21, 1916 ; A 420873 ; Minnie 
Maes Root, Ann Arbor. [Copyright 
claimed on new songs.] 

Mignonette; by Rene L. Becker, of 
U. S., op. 52, no. 6; piano. (Scenes 
from childhood, no 6.) [4515 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379277; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

intermezzo by T. R. Ollerenshaw, 

of Great Britain; piano. [4516 

© Feb. 24. 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 380133; Alfred Lengnick & 
co., London. 



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4533 



Milady ; three step by J. S. Zamecnik, 
of U. S. ; piano. [4517 

© Feb. 28, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378648; Sam Fox pub. co., Cleve- 
land. 

Minnie (The) ha ha ha; words by 
Earl E. Crooke, music by Eugene E. 
Noel, of U. S. [4518 

© Mar. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379177; Warner C. Wil- 
liams, Indianapolis. 

Minuet. See Gabrielle, suite, no. 2. — 
Nicode (Jean Louis) Six aphorisms. 

Miss a Paschalis ; An Eastertide ser- 
vice for the Holy Eucharist, plain 
chant ed. by C. W. Douglas, of U. 
S., vocal score. [4519 

© Mar. 4, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378671 ; Charles Winfred Douglas, 
New York. 

• voice part only. New 

York, H. W. Gray co. [4520 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378998 ; Charles Winfred Douglas, 
New York. 

Me. Bull of London town ; worus 
and music by Aubrey Stauffer. 

[4521 
© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1910 ; 
E 382056; University music house, 
Ann Arbor, Mich. 

Moonlight march; by Agnes L. Mor- 
ton, of U. S. ; piano. [4522 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378790; C. W. Thompson 
& co., Boston. 

Moonlight, the Thames and love. 
See Silvery (The) Thames. 

Moonlight (The) will do the eest; 
words and music by E. A. Jackson, 
of U. S. [4523 

© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 14, 
1916; E 382091; Wilson C. Shantz 
& Edward A. Jackson, Camden, N. J. 

More melody (Nui nui mele) ; Ha- 
waiian idyl, music by Maxwell Gold- 
man, of U. S. ; piano. [4524 
© Mar. 7, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 10, 1916 ; 
E 382042 ; Buck & Lowney, St. Louis. 

Morn of the risen king ; words by 
Elsie Duncan Yale, music by C. 
Kohlmann, of U. S. [4525 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 31, 
1916; E 379304; Hall-Mack co., 
Philadelphia. 



Morning mood ; chorus text after Hen- 
rik Ibsen's Peer Gynt, by Frederick 
H. Martens, music by Edvard Grieg, 
arr. by Alfred J. Silver, of England ; 
sop. alto and baritone voices. 
(Fischer's octavo edition, no. 4070.) 

[4526 

© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 29, 

1916; E 369960; J. Fischer & bro., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on arrangement.] 

Morning till night fashion show; 
musical play, words by J. Unge- 
mach, music by E. Verdayne, of 
U. S. [4527 

© 1 c. April 15, 1916; D 19672; 
Joseph Ungemach & Ernest Ver- 
dayne, New York. 

Moszkowski (Moritz) valse brillante ; 
by M. Moszkowski, arr. by Alfred 
J. Silver, of England; two pianos 
four hands, in A flat. [4528 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 382178; J. Fischer & bro., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on arrangement.] 

Moter (Carl) Novelette; by C. Moter, 

of U. S. ; piano. [4529 

© Feb. 17, 1916; 2 c. Feb. 17, 

1916; E 378241; Theo. Presser co., 

Philadelphia. 

Mother and her garden of roses far 
away; words by I. Nelson, music 
by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[4530 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378914; 
Ida Nelson, Bondsville, Mass. 

Mother dear ; words by Mabel Living- 
ston Frank, music by Mana Zucca, 
op. 16; medium voice. [4531 

© Mar. 23, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379134; G. Schirmer, New 
York. 

Mother dear, dry those tears, I'll 
come back to you; words by M. 
Cunningham, music by J. E. Andino, 
of U. S. [4532 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382129; 
Myrtle Cunningham, Oakland, Cal. 

Mother Goose Land; lullaby, words 

by M. C. Anderson, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [4533 

© 1 c. Mar. 2, 1916; E 377867; 

Mary C. Anderson, Baltimore. 



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4534 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



Mother's day; words by Fanny Cros- 
by and others, music by Charles H. 
Gabriel, of U. S. and others. 8vo. 

[4534 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 23, 
1916; E 379265; Homer A. Rode- 
heaver, Chicago. 

Mother's (A) dream; words by Char- 
lotte Elizabeth Macklem, music by 
Francis Macklen, of Canada, op. 1; 
voice with harp ace. [4535 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 380125; Empire music & 
travel club, Toronto, Canada. 
Mother's (A) love comes first; 
words and music by J. P. Whelan, 
of England, domiciled at Lowell, 
Mass. [4536 

© Feb. 26, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 9, 1916 ; 
E 378762; James Patrick Whelan, 
Lowell. 
Mother's prayer ; words and music by 
A. F. Sims, of U. S., op. 4. [4537 

© 1 c. Mar. 27, 1916; E 379151; 
Alfred F. Sims, New York. 

■ words by M. II. Stewart, music 

by E. S. S. Huntington, of U. S. 

[4538 
© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378913; 
Milton H. Stewart, Soo Junction, 
Mich. 
Moitche (La) ; moto perpetuo, par 
Dorothy Phyllis Nash, of Great 
Britain ; violin avec ace. de piano. 

[4539 
© Feb. 3, 1916 ; 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; 
E 380119 ; Schott & co., London. 
Movie rag; by H. S. Luban, of U. S., 
arr. by Geo. J. Trinkaus, of U. S. ; 
piano. [4540 

© 1 c. Mar. 17, 1916; E 378972; 
Harry D. Luban, Brooklyn. 
Municipal (The) loose-leaf violin 
method ; by Frederick Williams Ort- 
mann, of U. S. Lessons 13-16; vio- 
lin. [4541 
© Feb. 29, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378847; Carl Fischer, New 
York. 
My blessed Lord ; words and music by 
A. A. Shaw, of U. S. [4542 
© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 20, 
1916; E 379033; Arthur A. Shaw, 
Mamont, Pa. 
My boyhood days in Ireland; words 
by H. Carrigan, music by A. H. Yab 
[pseud.], of U. S. [4543 
© Feb. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 6, 1916 ; 
E 378654 ; Hugh Carrigan, Newport, 
R. I. 



My California queen ; words by Chas. 

J. Brylla, music by J. E. Andino, of 

U. S. [4544 

© 1 c. Mar. 24, 1916; E 379098; 

Chas. J. Brylla, Stockton, Cal. 

My carnival of Venice girl ; words 
and music by P. Funk, of U. S. 

[4545 
© lc. Mar. 29, 1916; E 370245; 
Pauline Funk, Chicago. 

My dear John ; words and music by 

Frank G. King, of Australia. [4546 

© 1 c. Mar. 18, 1916; E 382180 

Daisy Harcourt, % Variety, New 

York. 

My dear old Dixie homestead ; words 
and music by J. W. Bouman, of U. S. 
[arr. by Mrs. Faunelle Stine], of 
U. S. [4547 

© 1 c. Mar. 11, 1916; E 382045; 
J. Warren Bouman, Nowata, Okl. 

My dream girl ; words by D. E. Ruth- 
enel, music by J. E. Andino, of U. S. 

[4548 
© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916 ; E 382126 ; 
David Enis Ruthenel, Hattiesburg, 
Miss. 

My dreams ; by Tosti, played by How- 
ard Brockway, of U. S. (Rythmodik 
record music rolls G12533.) [4549 
© Aug. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916 ; E 379193 ; American piano co., 
New York. [Copyright is claimed 
on interpretation.] 

My favorite French songs. [By] 
Emma Calve, of France, v. 1, 2. 
[Low voice] Boston, O. Ditson 
company ; New York, C. H. Ditson 
& co. [etc., etc., 1916.] 2 v. port, 
fol. [4550, 4551 

© Mar. 6, 1916; 2c. each and aff. 
Mar. 18, 1916; A 427310, 427311; 
Oliver Ditson co., Boston. 

My four leaf shamrock from Kil- 
larney; words and music by Lee 
Johnson, of U. S. [4552 

© Mar. 8, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 7, 1916 ; 
E 378699; C. R. Foster co., Los 
Angeles. 

My gal Marie; words and music by 
R. E. Ponsonby, of U. S. [4553 

© 1 c. Mar. 1, 1916; E 378720; 
Ray Edgar Ponsonby, St. Paul. 

My grandfather's girl; words and 

music by Will Dillon, of U. S. [4554 

© Mar. 10, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 11, 

1916; E 382068; M. Witmark & 

sons, New York. 



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no. 4, 1916 



4573 



My geandfathee's giel — Continued. 
; arr. by Geo. J. Trinhaus, of 

U. S. ; vocal orch. in C. 4to. [4555 
© Mar. 27, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 28, 

1916 ; E 382367 ; M. Witmark & sons, 

New York. [Copyright is claimed on 

the new arrangement.] 

My heaet was won in Oeegon ; words 

by P. H. Laufman, music by J. E. 

Andino, of U. S. [4556 

© 1 c. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378918; 

P. H. Laufman, Glacier, Wash. 

My heaet' s desiee; valse by John 
Ashton, of England; piano solo. 

[4557 
© Mar. 1, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 16, 
1916; E 369874; E. Osborne & co., 
ltd., London. 

My heaet's in my homeland; words 
by Edward Lockton, music by Ken- 
nedy Russell, of England, in F and 
G. [4558 

© Mar. 28, 1916; 1 c. each Mar. 
27, 1916; E 369947; Ascherberg, 
Hop wood & Crew, ltd., London. 

My little peetty one ; words 17th 
century, an old English air arr. by 
Geoffrey Shaw, of Great Britain, as 
a part-song for mixed voices, unacc. 
4to. [4559 

© Mar. 17, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 20. 
1916; E 369878; J. Curwen & sons, 
ltd., London. 

My little Red ceoss nuese ; words by 
Jennie A. Mallette, music by Blanche 
Cole Gray, of U. S. [4560 

© Apr. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Apr. 7, 1916 ; 
E 379416; Earl G. Hineman, Bing- 
hamton, N. Y. 

My little shining light; words by 

H. Recordon, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [4561 

© 1 c. Mar. 10. 1916; E 382012; 

Henry Recorden, Brooklyn. 

My love is deae to you; words by J. 

Crawford, music by J. E. Andino, 

of U. S. [4562 

© 1 c. Mar. 16, 1916; E 382131; 

J. Crawford, Detroit. 

My maid of mysteey ; fox trot by 
Arthur J. Daly and Harold L. Cool, 
played by Pete Wendling, of U. S. 
(Rythmodik record music rolls 
A 12952.) [4563 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 
1916; E 379210; American piano 
co., New York. [Copyright is 
claimed on interpretation.] 



My mothee's kiss was sweetee than 
them all; words by S. G. Smith, 
music by F. Eborall, of Canada; 
medium voice and piano. [4564 

© Mar. 18, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 18, 
1916; E 380124; S. G. Smith and 
Frank Eborall, Toronto. 

My old fashioned sweet heaet Sue; 
words by Gladys G. Dennis, music 
by Harry H. Williams. [4565 

© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 11, 1916 ; 
E 382076; Williams music co., inc., 
Providence, R. I. 

My old tunes ; words by Algernon 
Blackwood, music by Edward El- 
gar, of England, arr. by Julius Har- 
rison, of England, with piano ace. 
In key of B flat. (The Starlight ex- 
press, no. 3.) [4566 
© Mar. 10, 1916; 1 c. Mar. 11, 
1916 ; E 380098 ; Elkin & co., London. 

My own Canadian home; words and 
music by W. D. Corson, of Canada. 

[4567 
© Mar. 13, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 15, 
1916; E 369860; W. D. Corson, To- 
ronto, Canada. 

My peael of Honolulu; words by 
Sidney Carter, music by Cyrille La- 
mar. [4568 
© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 13, 1916 ; 
E 382100; Chas. N. Daniels, San 
Francisco. 

My peetty Eileen; words and music 
by R. J. Linklater, of U. S. [4569 
© Mar. 14, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 13, 
1916; E 378900; R. James Link- 
later, Buffalo. 

My eose ; words and music by K. De S. 
Fazio, of U. S. [4570 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378679; 
Kate De Salvo Fazio, New York. 

My eose of Eein's Isle; words by 
Bartley Costello, music by James 
Kendis, of U. S. New York, Cadil- 
lac music co. [4571 
© Mar. 9, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 377984; R. Kabot, Brooklyn. 

My eose of the U. S. A. ; words and 
music by Freda Burke, of U. S. 

[4572 
■ ©'I.e. Mar. 15, 1916; E 378927; 
Freda Nelson, Meadowlands, Minn. 

My slumbee thoughts of thee ; words 

and music by W. R. Prime. [4573 

© Mar. 15, 1916; 2 c. Mar. 17, 

1916; E 382159; William Reid 

Prime, New York. 



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4574 



pt. in, n. s., v. 11 



My son ; words adapted from Douglas 
Malloch, music by T. Reimestad, of 
U. S. (Reimestad album, vol. 4 
solo songs, no. 4.) [4574 

© Mar. 5, 1916 ; 2 c. Feb. 23, 1916 ; 
E 382035; Theodor Reimestad, Min- 
neapolis. 

My sweet Adair ; by L. Wolfe Gilbert 
and Anatol Friedland, played by 
Wm. E, Berge, of U. S. (Ryth- 
modik record music rolls D12903) 

[4575 

© Sept. 20, 1915; 2 c. Mar. 27, 

1916; E 379195; American piano co., 

New York. [Copyright is claimed 

on interpretation.] 

My sweet Italian girl; words and 
melody by F. Kohler, of U. S. [4576 
© 1 c. Mar. 13, 1916; E 378795; 
Frank Kohler, San Francisco. 
My sweetheart feom old Donegal ; 
words and music by George Boyden, 
of U. S. [4577 

© Feb. 19, 1916 ; 2 c. Mar. 8, 1916 ; 
E 378771 ; Garton bros., Boston. 
My sweetheart's faults ; words by 
J. M. Sterrett, music by J. E. An- 
dino, of U. S. [4578 

© 1 c. Mar. 7, 1916; E 378677; 
J. M. Sterrett, Saratoga, N. Y. 
My Texas Mary ; words and music by 
Jas. D. McCormack, of U. S., arr. 
by Charles M. Connolly, of U. S. 

[4579 

© 1 c. Apr. 7, 1916; E 379408; 

McCormack music co., Brooklyn. 

My wife is a regular cat; words by 

Mrs. E. Newman, music by Carl 

Muehling [pseud, of Ethel Fisher], 

of U. S. [4580 

© 1 c. Mar. 20, 1916; E 379014; 

Mrs. Chas. Newman, Humboldt, Ariz.